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Fake news, rumours used to label 2008 Batla House encounter staged: ex-IPS officer Karnal Singh

Mid-Day Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Fake news and "street rumours" were picked up by a section of politicians, activists and media to paint the 2008 Batla House encounter of IM terrorists as staged, retired IPS officer and the then chief of the Delhi Police special cell Karnal Singh has said. The 1984-batch officer of the Union Territories cadre has come out with a...
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