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Andhra Pradesh

Karimnagar police seize huge quantity of explosives

Sunday, 29 January 2012
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January 29:

Karimnagar, Jan 29 (INN): The police on Sunday seized a huge quantity of explosive material and detonators at Medipally in Karimnagar district.

The seized explosives include 200 detonators, 600 gelatin sticks and 16 bags containing ammonium nitrate. The seizure was made during routine checks by the Karimnagar district police. On suspicion police intercepted an auto-rickshaw at Medipally and on search, explosive that were concealed in gunny bags were found.

The auto-rickshaw driver and another person were taken into custody. A case has been registered and further investigations are on. (INN)

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