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Police seize 185 kg firecrackers, explosive material in Mathura

PTI | Mathura | Updated: 30-10-2020 00:39 IST | Created: 30-10-2020 00:39 IST
Police seize 185 kg firecrackers, explosive material in Mathura

Police have recovered firecrackers and explosive material worth over Rs 1.5 lakh from a shop here, an official said on Thursday

Acting on a tip-off, officials of Kotwali police and the fire department raided a shop on Wednesday night and found 185 kg firecrackers and explosive items there, Deputy SP Varun Kumar said

He said the market value of items recovered is over Rs 1.5 lakh.



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