Indian police kill 2 suspected Pakistani militants

January 26, 2009 02:59


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Indian police fatally shot two suspected militants from Pakistan in a pre-dawn car chase near New Delhi, a government official said. The two men engaged in a gunbattle with the anti-terror squad Sunday in the suburb of Noida, which borders the Indian capital, said Amit Kumar, a constable attached to the local superintendent's office. Two AK-47 assault rifles, several rounds of ammunition, five hand grenades and a Pakistani passport and identity cards were recovered from the two men, Kumar said. The two men died on their way to a hospital, he said. An Indian police officer was also injured in the incident.

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