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The soldiers were returning after performing the Amarnath Yatra , when they were signalled to stop at a check post by the policemen in Gund area, 62 km from here. "These vehicles were carrying the Army personnel who were coming back after Amarnath". A case has been registered against the caused army personnel at Police Station Gund and investigations have been taken up, police said.
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