The four terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota were in constant touch with Pakistani handlers, evidence have revealed. Police have now recovered a digital mobile radio from the slain terrorists, which have shown some text messages from Pakistani handlers. The handlers, in Shakargarh area of Punjab’s Narowal district in Pakistan, had asked the terrorists about their whereabouts and if they have reached safely. The recovered digital mobile radio has been manufactured by a Pakistani company ‘Micro Electronics’ and QMobile smartphone.
The Union Territory of Ladakh reported 80 new coronavirus cases and three more deaths, taking the cumulative figures to 3,499 infections and 44 fatalities
Farooq Abdullah named in Jammu and Kashmir’s Roshni land scam, accused of illegally acquiring govt land
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah has been named in the Roshni land scam. According to details available, Farooq illegally acquired seven Kanal land (605 square yards) of government land in the 90s.