J&K: Police Recovers Arms, Ammunition And Rs.5 Lakh Cash Dropped By Drone In Samba

DN Bureau

The police recovered two unassembled IEDs with detonators, two Chinese pistols, 4 magazines with 60 rounds and Rs 5 lakh dropped by a drone from across the border in Samba. Read on for details:

Police recovers arms, ammunition and Rs 5 lakh cash dropped by a drone
Police recovers arms, ammunition and Rs 5 lakh cash dropped by a drone


Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Thursday recovered a packet containing arms, ammunition and Rs.5 lakh cash dropped by a drone from across the border in Samba district.

Senior Superintendent of Police Abhishek Mahajan told reporters that local people saw the consignment, somewhere between Ramgarh and Vijaypur, about five-six kilometres away from the International Border, at around 6.15 am and they informed the police.

He said the bomb disposal squad recovered two unassembled IEDs with detonators, two Chinese pistols, 4 magazines with 60 rounds and Rs 5 lakh in Rs 500 denomination. The consignment was covered in a wooden box with a steel base, the SSP said. (PTI) 










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