Truck with AK-47 rifles recovered from Punjab-J&K border

12 Sep 2019 12:47 PM

Truck with AK-47 rifles recovered from Punjab-J&K border

Updated 12 Sep 2019 12:47 PM

Jammu and Kashmir Police, near J&K-Punjab border in Lakhanpur, recovered six AK-47 rifles. The police intercepted this vehicle near the border and had put up a naaka. With this Naaka, the police were able to catch hold of this truck. It is being told that these weapons were possibly being transported by terrorists to other parts of India. The police have started the investigation and are looking for more clues.

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