Two Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), a live grenade and other live ammunition have been recovered in separate counter-insurgency operations in Meghalaya on Tuesday.
One of the IEDs, weighing about 10 kg, was assembled in a pressure cooker while another was in a tin paint box.
The two IEDs were found in a green bag under a culvert near Dollongre in West Garo Hills district.
One of the IEDs, weighing about 10 kg, was assembled in a pressure cooker while another was in a tin paint box. Both were destroyed in-situ.
In a Counter-Insurgency Operation conducted today, West Garo Hills Police recovered one live grenade and 6 nos. live 7.62mm ammunition from Du'magitok village located approx. 15 kms from Tura.— West Garo Hills District Police (@wghpolice) December 20, 2021
Investigation is going on.#HelpUsToHelpYou@CMO@MeghalayaPolice pic.twitter.com/5TMxBuPNgF
Meanwhile, one live grenade and six 7.62mm bullets were recovered by the Meghalaya police on Monday during a counter insurgency operation at Du’magitok village, about 15 km from Tura in West Garo Hills.
In a CI Ops conducted in Rechangre village today, two IEDs were recovered.— West Garo Hills District Police (@wghpolice) December 20, 2021
*One IED was assembled in a pressure cooker and another in a tin paint box.
*Both IEDs destroyed in-situ.
* Case registered.
*Investigation is on.#HelpUsToHelpYou@CMO_Meghalaya @MeghalayaPolice pic.twitter.com/F4HFcOY03l
Cases have been registered in the both the incidents and further investigation is on.