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Man carrying 492 detonators, 196 dynamite sticks arrested near Faizabad

ISLAMABAD: A man carrying 492 detonators and as many as 196 dynamite sticks was arrested from near the Faizabad interchange where religious parties have staged a sit-in protest since the past 15 days. A major disaster was averted as police arrested a suspicious person in possession of 492 detonators, 196 dynamite sticks and 300 metres...

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 20, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 20, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

ISLAMABAD: A man carrying 492 detonators and as many as 196 dynamite sticks was arrested from near the Faizabad interchange where religious parties have staged a sit-in protest since the past 15 days.

A major disaster was averted as police arrested a suspicious person in possession of 492 detonators, 196 dynamite sticks and 300 metres long wires.

According to details, the man has been shifted to a local police station in the city where police are interrogating him.

On the other hand, as religious parties continue to stage their sit-in at the Faizabad Interchange where the blocked highway has caused massive traffic jams and inconvenience to the masses of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, authorities have issued orders not to let anyone join the dharna.

Seven additional persons carrying sticks and mattresses were arrested by police in an attempt to discourage others from joining the sit-in protest.

In total, the number of persons taken into custody by police number at 200.
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