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Gun Policy News


31 July 2006

BBC News

JAMMU — Police in Indian-administered Kashmir say they have arrested three officers and a civilian for trying to sell arms from the police armoury to militants. Jammu region's senior superintendent of police, Manohar Singh, told the BBC that members of Lashkar-e-Toiba paid about $4,500 (£2,400) for the weapons. The militants had asked the four suspects to obtain five rifles and ammunition from the armoury, he said. The suspects were arrested in Jammu region's... (

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