Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police along with the Indian Army on Saturday recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition in the Hathlanga Sector of Uri in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Saturday. A police officer said that in a joint operation, Baramullah police along with 3 Rajput of the army recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition from the Hathlanga sector of Uri. Giving details, the officer further said that 8 AK74u, 24 AK 74 Magazines, 12 Chinese Pistols, 24 pistol magazines, 9 Chinese grenades, 5 Pak Grenades, 5 wheat bags, 81 Pak Balloons, 560 rounds of AK Rifle and 244 rounds of the pistol were recovered from the area.
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Meanwhile, a case has been registered in this regard and investigations have been taken up.
Jammu & Kashmir | Police along with Army have recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition in the Hathlanga Sector of Uri in North Kashmir’s Baramulla, say police. pic.twitter.com/fTeXeuYAff
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