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3 militants killed in Delhi encounter

March 05, 2005 22:25 IST
Last Updated: March 05, 2005 23:50 IST

Police shot dead three members of the Lashkar-e-Toiba militant outfit, including two Pakistani nationals, in an encounterin Delhion Saturday night.

The police said they foiled an attempt by the militants to attack Indian Military Academy in Dehra Dun.

Shahnawaz and Bilawal, both Pakistani nationals, and Shams alias Pervez from Patna, were killed in a 50-minute-long encounter in Suraj Vihar in Uttam Nagar, south-west Delhi, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Ashok Chand told PTI.

Three AK-56 rifles and a huge amount of explosives and ammunitionwere recovered from them.

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Sub: Kudos to the security forces

Kudos to the security forces, whose constant vigil saves a more of our tireless jawans and our helpless citizens. It is a shame that the ...

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as usual the police must have found the entire identification of the slain militants along with them. they must be carrying their Icards along with ...

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