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         Posted on :16:57:12 Jan 12, 2018
       Last edited on:23:48:15 Jan 12, 2018
         Tags: Bharathapuzha, hidden ammunition

KUTTIPURAM: After finding many land mines and more than 500 bullets at Bharthapuzha, police started search from Friday morning for more ammunition. They have started the operation after draining the river under the presumption that more arms and weapons may be buried under the river bed.

Cast iron sheets were found during the search. They were two sheets (pierced steel sheet) used to prevent tanks from sinking in muddy water. The search was carried out after draining the river bed near Kuttipuram bridge from where bullets were found the other day. The search was carried out in in the slushy portion of the river which had water to the  level of one metre.

The part of Bharathapuzha river in Malappuram, Thrissur and Palakkad districts were simultaneously drained for conducting the search. A big posse of police and army men have been deployed in the region.

A few days ago bombs used for military purpose were found discarded here. They were US-made bombs that could be fired using machines. What was seen on Thursday were five bombs known as claymore and also known as Indian Front Toward Enemy, used by Indian soldiers. A bag with Army’s label was also found, according to the police.

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