Aizawl: The NIA has conducted search operations at two locations in Mizoram in connection with the seizure of 2,421 kilograms of explosives, including 1,000 detonators, along with Myanmarese currency, an agency spokesperson said on Friday.
The case pertains to the recovery of 2,421.12 kilograms of explosives, including 1,000 detonators and 4,500 metres of detonating fuse from a vehicle, and the recovery of Rs 73,500 and Myanmar currency worth 9,35,500 Kyat, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in a statement.
The case was initially registered in January by the Tipa Police Station in the Siaha district of Mizoram. It was re-registered by the NIA in March, the spokesperson said.
During searches conducted at the premises of two accused persons, incriminating documents and digital devices have been seized, the official said, adding further investigation in the case continues.
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