Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorist conspiracy failed in Tral, read five big news of the state including ACB raid in passport office


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Mon, 07 Jun 2021 5:01 PM IST


Terrorist organizations are hatching conspiracies to spread unrest in the Valley and target the security forces. In the sequence of these conspiracies, the terrorists planted an IED plant in Tral. On the other hand, the issue of passport to a woman resident of Afghanistan has come to light in Srinagar. ACB has also conducted raids in this regard. Read five such big news of the state

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After the abrogation of Article 370, terrorist organizations are furious with the changed situation. Conspiracies are being hatched to shake the valley. On Monday, terrorists did a similar nefarious act and planted an IED plant in Tral. which has been deactivated. Meanwhile, the Anti-Corruption Bureau has raided the passport office in Srinagar. Read the big news of the state …

Terrorist conspiracies are being hatched to target the security forces and create fear among the people. Under these conspiracies, an IED plant was set up in Tral, Kashmir. The bomb disposal squad was called to defuse it. During this, the movement of people in the area was stopped for a while.

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Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) conducted raids at Passport Office Srinagar on Monday. According to sources, a passport has been issued by the Passport Office to a woman from Afghanistan. The woman is married to a local but has not been given citizenship yet.

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Apart from being one of the finest sports stadiums in the country, the Arun Jaitley Memorial Multi Sports Complex is all set to become the first of its kind in North India. Although preparations were being made to start its work at the ground level in the month of April itself, but due to the corona epidemic, this project will now start taking off this month.

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There is good news for the devotees of Baba Barfani. Now they will get a chance to go to Baba’s court by paved track, not through rocky and slippery roads. Taking a big decision, the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board administration has decided to make both the tracks of Baltal and Pahalgam paved. The width of the track will be 12 feet. In this, there will be a way for the movement of horses and palanquins along with pedestrians.

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The climate of Kashmir is changing. The winds of peace have started flowing from the areas of terror to the border. Now neither stone pelters nor anti-national protesters are seen on the streets. The tricolor is being hoisted in villages and cities from government buildings to the borders. By bypassing terrorism, the younger generation has started getting involved in business.

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