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We are undeterred by militant threats: J&K DGP

Source: ANI
March 26, 2010 12:16 IST

In response to bills issued by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba threatening local policemen if they don't quit their jobs, Jammu and Kashmir's Director General of Police Kuldeep Khuda said the state police was undeterred by the threats.

He said the police would continue its frontal role in countering terrorism, and that the threats were not a new phenomenon.

"We used to receive these kind of threats, of all types, in the past as well, and the Jammu and Kashmir police, which is at the forefront and is playing a frontline role on anti-militancy front, will continue to do so and these threats have no meaning for us," said Khuda.

Lashkar District Commander Gul Mohammad alias Molvi had issued the bills in the Sazaan area of Doda district.
Source: ANI
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