Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir police on Monday said it busted a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant hideout and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition in Rakh Momin area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
In a statement, a spokesperson said on the intervening night of 12th and 13th of March on the basis of a specific input developed over a period of time by Anantnag Police, a joint CASO along with army’s 1RR was launched in Rakh Momin Dangi area Bijbehara.
The statement reads search in the area led to busting of a LET hideout and subsequent recovery of huge cache of arms, ammunition and other war like stores.
It reads the recovery includes IED’s (05 No’s) PTD’s programmed timer devices and RCIEDs, Detonators (06 No’s), Pistols (03 No’s), Pistol Magazines (05 No’s), Ammunition (09mm rounds = 124 No’s), Remote controls (04 No’s) and Batteries (13 No’s).
“In this regard, Case FIR No. 58/2023 stands registered in PS Bijbehara under relevant sections of law and investigation set into motion,” it reads.
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