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Watch: IED concealed in sand bag found near bus stop in J&K's Baramulla

Video Credit: HT Digital Content - Duration: 01:08s - Published
Watch: IED concealed in sand bag found near bus stop in J&K's Baramulla

Watch: IED concealed in sand bag found near bus stop in J&K's Baramulla

Security forces detected an improvised explosive device in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla.

A joint patrolling party of security forces detected the IED in Dangiwacha.

The IED was concealed in a sand bag near a bus stop at Chatloora.

The IED was apparently planted by terrorists to target security forces.

Police said that a bomb disposal squad was rushed to the spot.

The bomb disposal squad destroyed the IED without causing any damage.

This was the second IED found in north Kashmir in the last four days.

A similar IED was recovered from Kupwara's Drugmulla on Monday.


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