3 boxes of arms, ammunition recovered in Arnia Jammu: Police

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir police on Thursday claimed to have averted a major militancy plot by recovering three boxes of arms and ammunition in RS Pura Arnia area.

In a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Jammu police said that the three boxes of arms and ammunition were dropped through drone during night hours and were recovered by the search party from Treva village of Arnia.

“On the basis of input regarding drone activity and dropping of arms and ammunition by Pak based militant outfits LeT/TRF on the behest of Pak agency ISI in RS Pura Arnia area,” a police spokesman said.

He said that special seach operation was launched by SOG and Jammu Police in Arnia area of RS Pura sub-division and during the search operation three boxes of the arms and ammunition which were dropped through drone during night hours, which were recovered by the search party from Treva village of Arnia , R S Pura.

The arms, ammunition and explosive recovered during search operation in Arena area include three detonator, three remote controlled IED, three bottles explosive, one bundle Cordtex wire, two timer IEDs, one pistol, two magazine, six grenades and 70 rounds.

“Dropping of this huge arms and explosive depicts a major militancy plan of the Pak based outfit (LET/TRF). With uthe recovery of the this huge consignment of arms and explosive, a major militant plot have been averted by the alert troops of J-K police.”

Police spokesman said that a case under FIR number 12/2022 under relevant section and laws stands registered in Police Station Arnia and further investigation in the instant case is going on—(KNO)

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