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AP Govt cautioned on ISI activities

HYDERABAD: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday cautioned the Andhra Pradesh Government to be more vigilant due to the growing Pakistan's ISI activities in the State.

The ISI had shifted its base from Mumbai to the city and vulnerable youth were being recruited and trained to handle explosives, Party State spokesman, Mr G. Kishen Reddy, told presspersons here.

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