Huge cache of explosives recovered in J&K
Jammu: A day ahead of Independence Day, security forces on Tuesday unearthed a militant hideout in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir and recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition.
Acting on a tip-off, troops of 60 Rashtriya Rifles and Police busted the hideout in Gambhiri forest area in Kotranka belt of Rajouri district, defence spokesman Col RK Palta told PTI.
One .303 rifle, 242 rounds of AK-rifle, eight high explosive rockets, one high explosive plastic round, 11 hand grenades, six UBGL grenades, 17 electronic detonators, two IED circuits, 100 grams of plastic explosive and one IED black box were among the seized items, he said.
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