- ISPR says ammunition recovered during intelligence based operation.
- Says operation conducted on reports of terrorists’ hideout in South Waziristan.
- Says recovered cache of weapons includes SMGs, RPG-7, hand grenades and other ammunition.
Security forces have recovered a heavy cache of weapons, ammunition and improvised explosive device (IED) preparation material during a search operation in the Sarwakai area of South Waziristan, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said Sunday.
A brief statement issued by the military’s media wing stated that the ammunition was recovered during an intelligence based operation, conducted on the reports of a terrorist hideout in the area.
“The recovered cache of weapons and ammunition includes sub-machine guns, RPG-7, hand grenades and heavy amount of ammunition of multiple calibres,” the ISPR statement read.