Hizbul Mujahideen warns India of 'war' after Army crackdown in Doda

| Monday, May 30, 2016 - 14:01
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Hizbul Mujahideen, India, hizbul, terrorist attacks, army crackdown, Gosti Bowl

Jammu: Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists on Monday issued new threats to India and said that the terror outfit will wage a war against India.

The fresh threats come in the wake of an Army crackdown in Sunarthwa Forest near Gosti Bowl in Doda district. The Army acted on a specific information and recovered huge cache of arms.

The teams recovered a total of 04 weapons and war like stores, which included one AK 56 Rifle, two 9mm Pistols, one Country Made Pistol, seven AK Magazines, two 9 mm Pistol Magazines, one Pika Magazine, four UBGL Grenades, five Pak Origin Hand Grenades, 1696 Rounds of 7.62 mm AK 47, 1340 Rounds of 7.62 mm CTN, 40 Belted Rounds of Pika, two Binoculars, one Telescopic Night Sight, one Camera, ten Recording Cassettes and sustenance stores from a natural cave hideout in Sunarthwa Forest.

A close watch was being maintained after regular information kept pouring in on suspicious unidentified movement in the area. The recovery of arms can be seen as a huge blow to the terrorists in the area looking to disrupt peace and revive militancy in the area.

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