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Terrorist hideout busted in north Kashmir

November 23, 2010 21:47 IST
A terrorist hideout was busted by security forces in Waripora Balla village near north Kashmir's Pattan town on Tuesday. One person was held and huge cache of arms and ammunition was recovered from the den, said a police spokesman.

The police recovered two solar rockets, four explosive rods, four improvised explosive device circuits, 5 kg explosive powder, six IED detonators, one pistol along with magazine and six rounds, 121 rounds of AK-47 ammunition, a satellite phone with two batteries, one radio set, one binocular, one anti-tank

mine, four IED pipes and two IED fuses.

The police spokesman said that the recoveries were made after a foreign militant, who was arrested by the security forces, gave them information about the hideout during interrogation. 
Mukhtar Ahmad in Srinagar
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