Hideout busted, arms recovered

Excelsior Correspondent
SRINAGAR, June 7: Police and security forces busted a militant hideout in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district and recovered arms and ammunition from the hideout.
Meanwhile, militants fired upon the house of a Numberdar in the Kulgam district, but there was no loss of life or property in the incident.
A police spokesman said that Budgam Police busted a hideout in Beerwah and recovered arms ammunition. The spokesman said that Budgam Police along with 2 RR launched a search operation in the area of village Hanji Lawaypora at Beerwah in Budgam district. He said during search operation a hideout was busted.
The spokesman said two RPG grenades, four Chinese grenades, one Chinese pistol, one pistol magazine and three rounds of pistol ammunition were recovered.
Meanwhile, the spokesman said that unidentified gunmen fired upon the house of the Numberdar of Qaimoh-Kulgam namely Mohammad Sidiq Bhat aged 45 years son of Wali Mohammad resident of Gobbal, Kulgam. However, there was no loss of life or property in the incident. Police has registered a case and investigations have been taken up.

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