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IED recovered on Srinagar-Jammu highway, defused

On early Monday morning, an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was recovered in Kenihama area on Pantha-Chowk-Nowgam. It is the road stretch on the outskirts of Srinagar. It was defused successfully by a bomb disposal squad.

Later, traffic was also resumed on the highway, officials said.

The train services also resumed normally after a gap of 11 months.

A police official said that the IED was planted on the Pantha Chowk-Nowgam road. It is a few hundred meters away from the Nowgam Railway station near a bridge.

It was spotted by the Road Opening Party (RoP) and police early this morning. The BDS was called to check the object and it turned out to be an IED fitted in a tin box. He said that as a precautionary measure, traffic was stopped on the road stretch. The BDS checked the object and later defused it successfully, said an official.

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