Suspected criminal held with pistol


Team Udayavani, Oct 10, 2017, 11:27 AM IST

Jammu:  A suspected criminal was arrested and a country-made pistol recovered from his possession here, the police said today.

Arjun Kumar alias Billu, a resident of Dhinday, was stopped by police for checking yesterday, a police spokesman said. A country-made pistol with a live cartridge and a sharp- edged weapon were recovered from his possession.

A case under various sections of the Arms Act was registered against him, the spokesman said.

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