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Explosives recovered in Meghalaya

The explosives that were dug out included 2.25 Kg gelatin sticks (Class-2, Division- 2, Cat- ZZ), eight 'non-electric detonators, eight 'electric detonators', 10 'clippers', two cello tapes, approximately 3 meters of safety fuse and (Cordtex),

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Shillong: Meghalaya police have recovered a huge cache of explosives buried near the highway on Wednesday night in West Garo Hills district, police said on Thursday.
“Based on reliable source inputs, a West Garo Hills Police team conducted an operation in Gabil area and recovered the explosives, which were buried near the National Highway,” Superintendent of Police of West Garo Hills district, V S Rathore said.
The explosives that were dug out included 2.25 Kg gelatin sticks (Class-2, Division- 2, Cat- ZZ), eight ‘non-electric detonators, eight ‘electric detonators’, 10 ‘clippers’, two cello tapes, approximately 3 meters of safety fuse and (Cordtex), the police revealed.
“It seems the miscreants were planning to make IED. Case has been registered and investigation is on,” Rathore said.
The district police official appealed to the public to inform the police “regarding any such suspicious activity promptly so that law and order is maintained in the district”.

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