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130 kg RDX recovered in J&K
March 04, 2005 20:53 IST
The security forces recovered 130 kg of RDX from two places in Bhaderwah town in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district, police sources said on Friday.
Hizbul Mujahideen section commander Liaquat Hussain Bhat alias Minta gave information about the explosives, the sources added.
The first consigment of 90 kg was packed in a cylinder belonging to shopowner Khalid Hussain.
The second consignment of 50 kg was concealed in a plastic container.
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