Srinagar: The Indian Army and Kashmir police, in a joint search operation, recovered several arms and ammunition from Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla on Thursday.
In a statement, on Friday, the Indian Army said that based on specific inputs, a search was conducted in the area in which two AK rifles, two pistols, Narcotics and war-like stores were recovered.
Op Varaha, #Baramulla.
Jt op launched by #IndianArmy & @JmuKmrPolice on 01 Dec 2022. On receipt of specific inputs, a search was conducted in the area. 02xAK Rifles, 02xPistols, Narcotics & war-like stores recovered. #Kashmir@adgpi@NorthernComd_IA pic.twitter.com/q4FbRXhYao
— Chinar Corps🍁 – Indian Army (@ChinarcorpsIA) December 2, 2022
“Joint operation launched by Indian Army & Jammu and Kashmir Police on December 1. On receipt of specific inputs, a search was conducted in the area. Two AK Rifles, two Pistols, Narcotics & war-like stores recovered,” the statement read.
Security forces foil infiltration attempt in Uri
A joint team of security forces had foiled an infiltration attempt in Uri area North Kashmir’s Baramulla district. They were also looking for a way to smuggle arms and drugs from across the Line of Control (LoC).
The security forces have recovered two AK-74 Rifles, two AK Magazine, 117 rounds, two pistols, two pistol magazines and ten packets of suspected contrabands.