Arms, Ammunition Recovered In North Kashmir: Police

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday claimed to have recovered a cache of arms and ammunition in Karnah area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

10 pistols, 17 pistol magazines, 54 pistol rounds and 5 grenades were recovered during a search operation at Hajam Mohallah, Tad Karnah. Pic: Police

A police spokesman in a statement said that in a major success against nefarious designs of an adversary to push in arms and ammunition into the valley to accelerate militant activities, Kupwara police along with a local army unit today succeeded in recovering huge cache of arms and ammunition from Taad area of Police Station Karnah.

“Acting on a specific information that a huge cache of arms and ammunition has been smuggled in from across LoC, a police team led by SHO Police Station Karnah Mudaser Ahmad and PSI Ayush Sharma, Incharge Police Post Taad Ayush Sharma along with local Army unit undertook a search operation in the general area of police post-Taad,” said a police spokesman in a statement.

He said that during the course of the search, a huge cache of arms and ammunition including 10 pistols, 17 pistol magazines, 54 pistol rounds & 5 grenades, were recovered from Hajam Mohallah, Taad Karnah.

“Apparently it looks like a new consignment smuggled for terrorist activities in Kashmir Valley, however timely action of Police and local Army has enabled the Security forces to thwart nefarious designs of the adversary of committing innocent killings at the hands of terrorists in the valley,” said a police spokesman in a statement.

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