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Stash of ammunition believed to be of World War-II era found in Imphal

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Stash of ammunition believed to be of World War-II era found in Imphal

Stash of ammunition believed to be of World War-II era found in Imphal

The stash of ammunition including live cartridges discovered by a person while levelling plot of land in Imphal's Moreh.

The items are believed to be of World War-II era.

Speaking on it, ASP (Law and Order) of Moreh, Sangboi Gangte said, "It has been safely removed from residential area."


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