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Cyberabad police unearths huge haul of explosives

Seized the explosives and took persons took into custody

Hyderabad, June 28, 2007

The Cyberabad police raided two places including a godown in Cyberabad and seized huge quantities of explosives. Two persons were taken into custody for interrogation. The police first raided a house belong to M Raga Reddy believed to be a sub contractor on Thursday evening and seized over 3000 detonators and 800 gelatin sticks.

Based on the information, the Cyberabad police raided a premises at Manikonda and seized 54 boxes containing 30,000 detonators and 10,000 gelatin sticks. The police are investigating the case.

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