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SRINAGAR: The bomb disposal squad defused an improvised explosive machine planted close to Nowgam railway station in Srinagar early Monday. Later within the day, the native practice service — which had been briefly suspended within the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak in March final yr — resumed partially between Baramulla and Banihal after an 11-month hole.
“The suspected explosive was spotted on Pantha Chowk-Nowgam road stretch by a road-opening party and a police team, following which the bomb disposal squad was called to check the suspicious item, which turned out to be an IED fitted in a tin box,” IGP (Kashmir Range) Vijay Kumar mentioned.
“As a precautionary measure, visitors was stopped on the stretch — barely a couple of hundred metres from Nowgam railway station close to a bridge — and the IED defused, following which car motion resumed usually,” the IGP mentioned, including the explosive might have been planted focusing on safety forces, particularly convoys, at a time when Srinagar is on excessive alert with intense frisking and nakas of joint groups of police and CRPF within the wake of current terror strikes within the metropolis that left two cops lifeless in Barzulla and a dhaba scion injured in Dalgate.

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