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Thursday September 22, 2011 06:05:37 PM, IANS

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Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Police chief Thursday cautioned the media against "jumping to conclusions" on the three Kashmiri men arrested for alleged involvement in the Delhi bombing that killed 15 people.

"Let's not jump to conclusions and wait for the NIA (National Investigation Agency) to complete its investigations," Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda told reporters here.

The three men, all from Kishtwar region of Jammu, have been taken to New Delhi. While two were arrested in the state, the third man was held from Punjab.

Asked if they were minors, he said: "We all know that there are people of all age groups in the ranks of various militant outfits."

Fifteen people were killed when a powerful bomb exploded at a crowded gate of the Delhi High Court Sep 7.








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