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Assam Riffles and Mizoram Police recovers huge consignment of warlike stores

In a huge success for security forces in Mizoram, a joint team of Assam Rifles and Mizoram Police recovered a huge consignment of warlike stores from General Area Zawngling, Saiha

In a huge success for security forces in Mizoram, a joint team of Assam Rifles and Mizoram Police recovered a huge consignment of warlike stores from General Area Zawngling, Saiha district today. The team also detained three people.

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The operation was carried out based on specific information. Nearly 2,500 kilogrammes of explosives, detonators, and detonating fuses, as well as 73 thousand Indian rupees and 9 lakh Myanmar Kyat, were recovered during the operation. The items and the three detained individuals were handed over to Mizoram Police for further legal proceedings.

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It needs to be mentioned here that the ongoing smuggling of weapons and warlike stores has been a major cause of concern for Mizoram, especially along the Indo- Myanmar border.

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First Published: 21st January, 2022 21:07 IST

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