Agartala: The Tripura Police busted an arms racket at Kalacherra, a remote tribal village in south Tripura district, on Monday.
Interacting with media persons, Sabroom Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) L Molsom told reporters that the police raided the house of Jarmarum Tripura at Kalacherra village on Monday morning and recovered a huge cache of illegal weapons. The raid was conducted based on inputs obtained during the interrogation of three arms dealers arrested two days ago from the same village, he said.
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“Three persons were arrested from the same village two days ago with one country-made pistol and 16 rounds of ammunition. Inputs gathered during their interrogation led to a raid at Kalacherra village, where three country-made guns, 23 cartridges of AK 47, 167 empty cartridges of 9 mm pistols, five empty cartridges of SLR, one welding machine and some sophisticated tool box were recovered,” Molsom said.
Earlier on May 1, three persons — Amit Tripura, Bahadur Tripura and Joel Tripura —were detained from the house during the raid. A country-made pistol, 16 rounds of cartridge, Bangladeshi currency and other tools along with sharp weapons were recovered from their possession.
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