Police in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday claimed to have averted a major tragedy by recovering a 10-kg Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in the southern Pulwama district.
In a tweet, a police spokesman said that they received inputs that Jaish-e-Muhammad militants were planning to carry out ‘spectacular’ IED attacks.
“On the basis of which few suspects were questioned and on their admission, an IED weighing 10Kgs has been recovered at Pulwama, thus a major attack has been averted,” said the spokesman.
BSF recovers pistol, drugs in Punjab’s Abohar
The Border Security Force (BSF) Punjab Frontier on Sunday informed that the troops of the second battalion have recovered three packets weighing 2.580 kilograms which are suspected to be heroin and one pistol from Punjab’s Abohar.
According to BSF, an intelligence-based search operation was carried out by personnel of the second battalion leading to the recovery of the packets with a pistol, made in Turkey and one magazine.