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Terror hideout busted in J&K’s Doda

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Jammu, May 7, 2021-
Security forces busted a terror hideout on Thursday evening in J&K’s Doda district recovering RDX filled pipe bombs and improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

Police said that acting on specific information police and territorial army launched a search operation in Chookyan forest area of Doda.

“A large cache of explosives and IEDs hidden in a natural cave was recovered during the searches.

“Two 5 litre pressure cookers filled with RDX, 2 pipe bombs about 5 Kg each filled with RDX, 4 detonators, 12 volt battery, 50 metre wire, six 1.5 volt cells, and stored RDX were recovered.

“The busting of the hideout has foiled the plans of the terrorists to carry out some big attack in near future,” police sources said. (Agency)

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