Huge weapons recovered from Pakistani drone; claims India (video)
Published: 08:57 PM, 22 September 2020 Updated: 09:00 PM, 22 September 2020
Security forces have recovered a large number of arms and ammunition dumped in Jammu and Kashmir by drone through the Pakistan border.
The arms and ammunition were recovered from the Naiwala Khal area in the Akhnoor sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday; report PTI, India Today.
Among the weapons recovered were two AK-47 rifles, three magazines, 90 rounds of ammunition, and a pistol. The Jammu and Kashmir administration claimed that the weapons were sent to the Indian border from Pakistan.
According to intelligence sources, the operation was carried out in the border area and illegal weapons were recovered from within 12 km of the Pak-India border.
The local police also claimed that heavy weapons were sent for the rebels in Jammu and Kashmir.
Authorities say drone strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) have increased in Jammu and Kashmir. A senior official also claimed that the Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Muhammad was behind it.
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