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Traffic stopped on Pantha Chowk-Nowgam stretch in Sgr after forces spot suspicious object

BDS checking the object, say officials

Srinagar, Feb 22: Traffic was stopped on the Pantha Chowk-Nowgam road in Srinagar after security forces spotted a suspicious object, officials said.

The object was found on a day when train services were supposed to be started in Kashmir after a long-time.

A police official told news agency that the Road Opening Party (RoP) of CRPF and police spotted a suspicious object near Peaks Automobiles, barely few hundred metres away from Nowgam Railway station, after which experts and a bomb disposal squad was called to check the object.

“Traffic has been stopped on the Pantha Chowk-Nowgam road stretch for the safety of people and commuters,” he told.

Further details awaited….


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