Deadly explosives captured in J&K

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Large stockpiles of ammunition and deadly explosives have been discovered by security forces from a militant hideout in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir. This is yet another proof of growing terror in the twin states. Police and a team of army generals have launched a search operation based on some confidential news they received at Thatharka village in Gool area of Ramban district  on Monday.

They confiscated two Under Barrel Grenade Launchers (UBGLs), one RPG round, six UBGL grenades, six Chinese hand grenades, 262 AK ammunition, two US AK magazines, three Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), three wax type explosives, five kilograms loose explosive, 30 meters cortex wire, three cube explosives, 13 detonators, one ken wood radio set and one radio repeater.

Even the the army personnel made an attempt to search intensely for the combats, there was no trace of the people or groups responsible for hiding such deadly weaponry at the militant hide out. A case has been registered by the cops pertaining to the capture.

 

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