Imphal: Troops of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (south) recovered arms and other “warlike” stores along the India-Myanmar border on Sunday, an official said.
During the operation, teams of the Chassad Battalion in Manipur‘s Kamjong district swiftly deployed themselves at various routes and recovered arms, ammunition and other “warlike” stores, said the official.
The haul included two Smith and Wesson M&P AR 15/22 with four magazines, one AK 47 rifle with two magazines and 210 rounds, an M-16 rifle with a magazine, two grenades, a 9mm pistol with 10 rounds, eight detonators and other “warlike” stores, he said.
The recovered arms and ammunition were handed over to Kamjong police station for further investigation, the official added.
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