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"This is not the way to function in situations like this," he said, warning that "if we keep sniping like this", the Maoist-hit areas may see a Kashmir-like situation, where "they want to create division between security forces and security agencies".
"In operations like these, we have to work as a team," he said. Asked if his comments were directed at the Home Secretary, Browne said it was for "all the agencies".
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