Peshawar: Explosives seized from go down
PESHAWAR: The police on Saturday recovered a huge cache of explosives from a scrap godown in Wadpaga village in the jurisdiction of Chamkani Police Station following a low–intensity blast. Assistant Inspector General of the Bomb Disposal Unit Shafqat Malik told ‘The News’ that the huge quantity of artillery shells, mortar shells, rockets and around 1,000 kilograms of explosives were seized from the godown. Umar Khan, owner of the godown, suffered injuries in the blast. The BDU officials rushed to the spot and roped off the blast scene.