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    JammuDoda Terror Attacks: J&K Police Releases Sketch Of Four Terrorists, Offers Rs...

    Doda Terror Attacks: J&K Police Releases Sketch Of Four Terrorists, Offers Rs 20 Lakh Reward For Tip-Off


    , Jun 13: The Jammu and Police intensified their manhunt for four terrorists who were involved in two terror attacks in Doda district. Authorities have released sketches of the suspects believed to be hiding in the mountainous regions of Bhaderwah, Thathri and Gandoh. Police also announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh for providing any information leading to the arrest of each terrorist, adding that the identity of informants will be protected.
    The call for public engagement comes amid heightened security measures, including rigorous vehicle checks and ‘Naka' checking, particularly after the recent encounter in the Gandoh area of Doda district. Police also shared a list of contact numbers for various officers, urging citizens to report any sightings or movements of these terrorists.

    The contact numbers provided for the police officials are as follows:
    SSP Doda: 9469076014
    SP Hqrs Doda: 9797649362
    SP Bhaderwah: 9419105133
    SP Ops Doda: 9419137999
    SDPO Bhaderwah: 7006069330
    DY. SP Hqrs Doda: 9419155521
    SDPO Gandoh: 9419204751
    SHO PS Bhaderwah: 9419163516
    SHO PS Thathri: 9419132660
    SHO PS Gandoh: 9596728472
    IC PP Thanalla: 9906169941
    PCR Doda: 7298923100, 9469365174, 9103317361
    PCR Bhaderwah: 9103317363

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