J-K: Officials confirmed that the suspicious package included a cache of weapons, and it appears that a drone dropped it.

Police recovered a cache of arms and ammunition, cash, and detonators from a suspicious packet found in Samba . The incident was also linked to cross-border drone drop of weapons and cargo .

Samba (Jammu and Kashmir) (India), November 24: According to police, the authorities recovered a cache of arms and ammunition, cash, and detonators from the suspicious packet found in Samba in the early hours today.When the packet was opened, it cost around Rs.30,000 to be shipped.5 lakhs of rupees was found in Indian currency, 2 Chinese pistols, 4 magazines, about 60 rounds of bullets, a detonator, and 2 IEDs.

The incident was also linked to cross-border drone drop of weapons and cargo, according to the top cop.This is most definitely a case of cross-border drone drop.According to sources, a plot was hatched to carry out some crime, and the tagged packet was retrieved in the fields near Channi Manhasa, and it may have a cache of arms.Further investigations are ongoing, and more details are expected.

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