The police had received a “reliable” input that an Overground Worker was travelling from the northern district of Baramulla towards Srinagar city with the ammunition
Srinagar: In a major successful anti-terror operation, a woman was arrested from the outskirts of Srinagar city on Tuesday carrying 20 live grenades and a large cache of ammunition, the police said.
The police had received a “reliable” input that an Overground Worker (OGW) was travelling from the northern district of Baramulla towards Srinagar city with the ammunition. The police subsequently set up a check post near Lawaypora area, on the outskirts of Srinagar city, an official of the J&K police told MyNation.
#JammuAndKashmir: Srinagar police today arrested a female over-ground worker carrying ammunition including grenades and live rounds, during a search operation at a check-point in Lawaypora. Case registered, investigation initiated. pic.twitter.com/2QLL4u4IWf— ANI (@ANI) November 13, 2018
"We traced a Tavera Car (JK-01-M-0056) and when the woman in the car was searched, we found a bag with 20 live grenades along with a large cache of ammunition", he added.
A case has been filed and investigation is underway.
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Last Updated Nov 14, 2018, 11:21 AM IST