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Indian troops launch cordon and search operations in IOJK

Indian troops launch cordon and search operations

Indian troops launch cordon and search operations in IOJK (In Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir).

They have launched cordon and search operations in Srinagar and several other areas of the territory.

Indian troops launch cordon and search operations in IOJK

According to KMS, they began operations after an attack on a patrolling party of Indian paramilitary forces in Nowgam area of Srinagar district.

Meanwhile, the revenue officials have started distributing domicile certificates among applicants at their doorstep in Jammu.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the tehsildar issued 100 domicile certificates in Janipur area in a single day.

Earlier, in order to expedite the process of issuing domicile certificates, Naib Tehsildars were given powers in addition to Tehsidar to grant domicile certificates.

Meanwhile, Indian army soldier Havaldar Harvinder Singh committed suicide in IOJK.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the incidents of suicide among Indian troops are increasing day by day.

A police official said Havaldar Harvinder Singh found dead at Rakh Muthi camp in Jourian area of Jammu.

Preliminary investigations suggest the soldier took his own life with his service rifle.

Moreover, an Indian army porter slipped to death in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

He had remained associated with the army’s 45 RR unit stationed in the area.

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