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Breaking News:Search operation underway in Warpora Sopore

Suhail Bhat

After Saidpora, Government Forces launched a Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) in Usmanabad Warpora village of  Sopore town in Northen region of Kashmir.
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Official sources told that following specific information about the movement of militants in the area, a joint search operation was launched by Special Operation Group (SOG) of Sopore police, Army's 22 RR and CRPF in Village Usmanabad Warpora  this afternoon.

SSP Sopore Javid Iqbal confirmed Cordon and Search operation and said the operation in the area is going on, he however added that no contact was established with militants so far.

Local reports said that
door-to-door search in the village was underway when this report was filed.

The Kashmir Walla

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