On Monday, a major accident was prevented at an Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir. A man was caught with two grenades along with a detonator at the army camp which is located at Poonch district, police said.
During a recruitment gathering in Surankote, some of the army personnel noticed a suspicious man moving in a strange way and they immediately stopped him. Ramesh Kumar Angral, the Superintendent of Poonch Police said, they have recovered A C-90 grenade, a UBGL (Under Barrel Grenade Launcher) grenade and a detonator from him. After the investigation, the police came to know the man is Rajinder Singh and he is a resident of Kolkata area.
The incident occurs after one week of the attack at a crowded bus stand in Jammu in which two people were killed and over 30 were injured when a teenager threw a grenade.
Rajinder Singh was immediately arrested and handed over to police for further investigation. The police officer said that an FIR has been lodged against the man and that they are investigating where he got the explosive material and what is his motive.
“We are open to all the angles and a thorough investigation is on in the case,” he said.
The Army personnel told the sources that the man was roaming around the Army camp suspiciously around 10:15 am when they stopped him for investigating. According to the sources at that time there were hundreds of youngsters present.

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