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Arms, ammo recovered ahead of Modi visit

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DIBRUGARH, Nov 27 � Four RPG (rocket propelled grenade) launchers, one carbine, five packets of explosives, thirty rounds of live ammunition and two carbine magazines were recovered from an underground pit at Sadiya by the police.

The carbine was the one that was snatched from a police battalion constable in October 2011 at Sadiya. The recoveries were a result of confessions by an alleged Maoist activist named Debajit, who was arrested from a Dibrugarh nursing home some time ago.

Following the tip-off by Debajit, police literally ploughed a field at Tokojan Village No 2 this morning, which led to the recovery. Police sources in Tinsukia said Sadiya is known to be home to quite a few Maoist terrorists.

Our Staff Reporter adds in Guwahati: Police recovered three cartons of gelatin sticks, detonators and cordex wire from a vehicle during a check in Dispur Police Station area around 12.30 am today.

The driver of the vehicle and the only passenger have been detained for questioning, the Senior Superintendent of Police (City) said.

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Arms, ammo recovered ahead of Modi visit

DIBRUGARH, Nov 27 � Four RPG (rocket propelled grenade) launchers, one carbine, five packets of explosives, thirty rounds of live ammunition and two carbine magazines were recovered from an underground pit at Sadiya by the police.

The carbine was the one that was snatched from a police battalion constable in October 2011 at Sadiya. The recoveries were a result of confessions by an alleged Maoist activist named Debajit, who was arrested from a Dibrugarh nursing home some time ago.

Following the tip-off by Debajit, police literally ploughed a field at Tokojan Village No 2 this morning, which led to the recovery. Police sources in Tinsukia said Sadiya is known to be home to quite a few Maoist terrorists.

Our Staff Reporter adds in Guwahati: Police recovered three cartons of gelatin sticks, detonators and cordex wire from a vehicle during a check in Dispur Police Station area around 12.30 am today.

The driver of the vehicle and the only passenger have been detained for questioning, the Senior Superintendent of Police (City) said.

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