Security operation unearths large cache of ammunition in Waziristan

Weapons and ammunition were recovered from villages in North and South Waziristan


News Desk June 28, 2018
PHOTO: ISPR

Security forces on Thursday recovered a large cache of weapons  and explosives in an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in Waziristan, said a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

Elaborating on the operation, the Army's media wing said the cache was recovered from the village of Patwelai in South Waziristan and Gharlamai in North Waziristan.

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During the operation, a large quantity of 14.5mm and 12.7 mm ammunition, explosives, anti-tank mines, improvised explosive devices, 81 mortar bombs, 7 RPG rockets, grenades, detonating cords and accessories of various weapons were recovered.

PHOTO: ISPR PHOTO: ISPR

PHOTO: ISPR PHOTO: ISPR

 

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Saeed | 3 years ago | Reply Great job done Pak Army, Intelligence & Security Forces
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