Kokrajhar: A huge cache of arms and ammunition were recovered on Wednesday from Kokrajhar district, police said.
Acting on a tip-off, security personnel recovered the arms and ammunition from Lauti area near the India-Bhutan border, Kokrajhar Superintendent of Police Rakesh Raushan said.
A team, led by Additional Superintendent of Police Mukut Rabha, recovered 51 live ammunition of AK-47 series rifles, one AK-56 rifle, one AK-47 rifle, three AK magazines and one pistol along with a magazine.
Raushan said the arms and ammunition were buried under the soil and former BLT (Bodo Liberation Tigers) militants are believd to be involved in it.
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