Army troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in north Kashmir district of Baramulla recovered war-like stores, including automatic weapons, being transported to hinterland for terrorists, a Defence ministry spokesperson here said.
Op Hathlanga (#Rampur)
On 22 July 2020 late evening, input was received regarding likely weapon drop along the Line of Control ahead of AIOS. On this basis, a search operation was launched along the Line of Control in Hathlanga, Rampur Sector, #Baramulla district.#Kashmir@adgpi pic.twitter.com/6PC2CXCwsT
— Chinar Corps – Indian Army (@ChinarcorpsIA) July 23, 2020
He said on a tip-off on late Wednesday evening, regarding weapon drop along the LoC, a search operation was launched in Hathlanga of Rampur sector at Uri in Baramulla district.
During the operation, a weapon cache was discovered, which included one AK 47 Rifle, five Chinese pistol with magazines, 24 grenades and other war-like stores.