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Haryana Police arrest two inter-state arms suppliers

Chandigarh, July 4, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana Police has arrested two interstate arms suppliers and seized 4 pistols, 3 desi katta and 7 magazines from their possession in Nuh district.

Sharing the information here today, the Haryana Police spokesperson informed that arrested accused were identified as Gurvinder and Manjeet, both residents of district Bharatpur in Rajashtan.

A police team received secret information that two youth, who supplies illegal weapons, would come to Firozpur Jhirka from Rajasthan to supply illegal weapons on a motorcycle to an unknown person. Subsequently, a police team established a naka and apprehended them. On checking of their bag, 4 pistols, 3 desi katta and 7 magazines were recovered from them.

After the registration of a case against them, Police is investigating to find out the source from where the accused had bought these weapons and the destination they were heading to supply the same.

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