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9 April 2002

Economic Times (India)

SRINAGAR — While Kashmir's gubernatorial regime was preoccupied with the proxy war, its officers in the home department were busy in arming criminals from at least ten states. Even Ashwani Naik, an important figure of the D-company and Manu Sharma, accused in the Jessica Lal murder case reportedly got their gun licences from J&K. Unable to catch hold of all these criminals, the state government has finally handed over the sensational illegal arms case to the Central... (

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