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Two AK-47 rifles stolen from ITBP camp in Karnataka, created a stir, team formed to search

Two AK-47 rifles have been stolen from an Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) camp in Belagavi district of Karnataka. After the theft of the rifles allotted to the 2 jawans, a search operation is on to hint them.

Based on the police, the stolen rifles belonged to Rajesh Kumar and Sandeep Meena, belonging to the forty fifth Battalion. On Wednesday evening, Kumar and Meena had deposited the rifles at designated locations within the third ground of the barracks. Each are presently in Madurai, Tamil Nadu.

The theft of two AK47 rifles from the ITBP camp has stirred the native police-administration together with the armed forces. ITBP officers have lodged a criticism beneath the Indian Arms Act at Kakathi police station, following which the police have shaped a particular group beneath DCP PV Sneha.

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