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World Panic Grips Jammu Railway Station After Recovery Of Ammunition


1947-2014 (Archived)
Jun 17, 2004
Panic grips Jammu railway station after recovery of ammunition

Panic gripped a railway station in Jammu when police recovered an unclaimed bag containing five magazines of Insas rifle and some pouches, police said.

During routine checking on the railway station here late last night, police recovered an unclaimed bag laying near plateform number 1, they said, adding five magazines of the Insas rifle with some pouches were recovered from the bag triggering panic at the station.

After preliminary investigation, it was found that the bag belonged to Sepoy Manpreet Singh of 12 Sikh rifles and was later handed over to an officer at Transit Camp.

Gyani Jarnail Singh

Sawa lakh se EK larraoan
Jul 4, 2004
During the entire DECADE of "violence" in PUNJAB..not a SINGLE such rail derailment with horrendous loss of life ever ocurred....see how the Maoists KILL innocent civiilans and armed forces personnel FLIES...and Home Minister Chindabarahm is calm as ever...nothing happened...just an accidnet...blah blah really ?? He deserved the shoe from Jarnail Singh on his face...Each Case of small scale... "violence" in Punjab although never even proven to be by sikhs (terrorists ro otherwise)..the Entire SIKH KAUM was immediately blamed and the maoists kill randomly and the silence is deafening...Indian democracy at work...???:blushh::blushh:


1947-2014 (Archived)
Jun 17, 2004
There are possible reasons why GOI downplays Maoist violence -- and vilifies others, such as Sikhs. Just need a little head-scratching to figure that out and you probably already have. I can't say anything more.

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