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Two Hizbul terrorists surrender in Jammu

None | ByIndo-Asian News Service, Jammu
Mar 29, 2006 12:02 PM IST

About 30 Hizbul terrorists, including some commanders, have surrendered over the past two months in Doda district.

Two Hizbul terrorists have surrendered before the Indian Army on Wednesday in Jammu and Kashmir's mountainous Rajouri district.

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Javed, 20, and Abdul Hamid, 19, gave up before an Army commander at Bhimber Gali, about 200 kilometres from Jammu, said an Army spokesperson.

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"Javed told the Army that he was abducted by terrorists from his home in Thanamandi in 2002, while Abdul Hamid said he was kidnapped from school and taken across the Line of Control (LOC) to Pakistan for training," Colonel DK Badola said.

Both the terrorists also gave up their arms and ammunitions and their wireless sets, he added.

About 30 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, including some commanders, have surrendered over the past two months in Doda district.

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