Terrorist hideout busted in J-K’s Bandipora; arms, ammunition recovered

Indian Army’s 26 Assam Rifles on Tuesday busted a terrorist hideout and recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition from Nagmarg forest in Bandipora district of North Kashmir. As per a statement released by the Army, acting on a specific tip-off about the presence of a terrorist hideout, an operation was launched by 26 Assam Rifles in the Nagmarg forest.

During the search operation, a large number of arms and ammunition were recovered from the hideout which includes 10 Under Barrel Grenade Launcher (UBGL) grenades, two Chinese grenades, and other incriminating material. “This has averted a major tragedy and recovery will be beneficial in ensuring and maintaining peace in the area,” said an Army official. 

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