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Amarinder reviews law and order

‘Pak. may not take this lightly and could resort to some act’

Apprehensive of an adverse reaction from Pakistan to the developments in Kashmir, the Punjab government on Monday prohibited any kind of celebrations or protest that could vitiate the atmosphere in the State.

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh directed the Punjab police to be prepared to thwart any attempts by Pakistan to create disturbance in the State.

The Chief Minister was reviewing the law and order situation in the State in the wake of amending of Article 370 in Kashmir. Top police and civil brass attended the review meeting, which took note of the volatile situation post the Central government’s announcement on Kashmir.

“Pakistan may not take this lightly and could resort to some act against India,” said Capt. Amarinder.

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