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Infiltrating militants planned to blow up trains in J&K: BSF

BSF recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

Security personnel take positions during a gun battle with suspected militants at the Army camp in Nagrota in Jammu
Security personnel take positions during a gun battle with suspected militants at the Army camp in Nagrota in Jammu

The three heavily-armed killed by in Samba district had infiltrated into to carry out a chain of terror attacks by blowing up running and tracks with chained IEDs and hard to detect liquid explosives, a top force official said today.

A day after the three infiltrators were killed by the BSF, top officials said the trio was carrying five bottles of liquid explosive trinitroglycerin.



"had infiltrated to carry out big incidents. Their design was to blow up rail tracks and here as we have recovered chained IEDs and liquid explosives", Additional Director General (ADG) and Special DG (Western Command) Arun Kumar told PTI.

They were out to carry out a chain of big impact terror incidents including blowing up of "running trains" and causing fire in as chain IEDs and liquid explosive are meant to blow up tracks and cause fire, he said.

"Had our troops not successfully contained and eliminated these heavily armed terrorists with huge stores of explosive material, they could have caused massive damage in the mainland", Kumar said.

"It was only because of BSF's multi-tier security cover that this calamity was averted," the force said.

Apart from arms, ammunition and explosive stores, recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) including five liquid type IEDs and three IED waist belts, five chain IEDs from three slain along IB in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday.

"Chain IEDs are mainly used to blow up rail tracks and hit running trains. The five bottles of liquid explosive contained trinitroglycerin. It is used to cause explosion and trigger fire", IG Jammu Frontier D K Uphadayaya said.

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Infiltrating militants planned to blow up trains in J&K: BSF

BSF recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday

BSF recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday The three heavily-armed killed by in Samba district had infiltrated into to carry out a chain of terror attacks by blowing up running and tracks with chained IEDs and hard to detect liquid explosives, a top force official said today.

A day after the three infiltrators were killed by the BSF, top officials said the trio was carrying five bottles of liquid explosive trinitroglycerin.

"had infiltrated to carry out big incidents. Their design was to blow up rail tracks and here as we have recovered chained IEDs and liquid explosives", Additional Director General (ADG) and Special DG (Western Command) Arun Kumar told PTI.

They were out to carry out a chain of big impact terror incidents including blowing up of "running trains" and causing fire in as chain IEDs and liquid explosive are meant to blow up tracks and cause fire, he said.

"Had our troops not successfully contained and eliminated these heavily armed terrorists with huge stores of explosive material, they could have caused massive damage in the mainland", Kumar said.

"It was only because of BSF's multi-tier security cover that this calamity was averted," the force said.

Apart from arms, ammunition and explosive stores, recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) including five liquid type IEDs and three IED waist belts, five chain IEDs from three slain along IB in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday.

"Chain IEDs are mainly used to blow up rail tracks and hit running trains. The five bottles of liquid explosive contained trinitroglycerin. It is used to cause explosion and trigger fire", IG Jammu Frontier D K Uphadayaya said.
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Infiltrating militants planned to blow up trains in J&K: BSF

BSF recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday

The three heavily-armed killed by in Samba district had infiltrated into to carry out a chain of terror attacks by blowing up running and tracks with chained IEDs and hard to detect liquid explosives, a top force official said today.

A day after the three infiltrators were killed by the BSF, top officials said the trio was carrying five bottles of liquid explosive trinitroglycerin.

"had infiltrated to carry out big incidents. Their design was to blow up rail tracks and here as we have recovered chained IEDs and liquid explosives", Additional Director General (ADG) and Special DG (Western Command) Arun Kumar told PTI.

They were out to carry out a chain of big impact terror incidents including blowing up of "running trains" and causing fire in as chain IEDs and liquid explosive are meant to blow up tracks and cause fire, he said.

"Had our troops not successfully contained and eliminated these heavily armed terrorists with huge stores of explosive material, they could have caused massive damage in the mainland", Kumar said.

"It was only because of BSF's multi-tier security cover that this calamity was averted," the force said.

Apart from arms, ammunition and explosive stores, recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) including five liquid type IEDs and three IED waist belts, five chain IEDs from three slain along IB in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday.

"Chain IEDs are mainly used to blow up rail tracks and hit running trains. The five bottles of liquid explosive contained trinitroglycerin. It is used to cause explosion and trigger fire", IG Jammu Frontier D K Uphadayaya said.

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