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NSG hub at pathankote; state asked to identify land

By Indian Mandarins- 23 Jan 2020
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The NaMo Government has decided to set up a hub of counter-terrorism force NSG in Pathankot and a the process has begun with deputy commissioners of Amritsar and Pathankot having been asked to submit their reports.

Pathankot deputy commissioner Gurpreet Singh Khaira has been asked to identify land at some suitable place. The NSG commandos were flown in from Delhi when four terrorists from Pakistan attacked Pathankot airbase in 2016.

Sunny Deol had raised the demand before the Union home minister Amit Shah and now the Union home minister for state Nityanand Rai has informed him that matter has been taken up with the Punjab Government to identify the land to set up this elite security force’s centre here.

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