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India demands action against anti India forces operating from Pakistan soil

IndiaTimes Saturday, 8 June 2019
India has demanded from Pakistan to take action against pro Khalistani elements and give clarifications on the key issues including the inclusion of certain ‘controversial elements’ in a committee associated Kartarpur corridor
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