|Pak forces foil smuggling bid near Afghan border|
10 October 2012
Peshawar: Pakistani security forces foiled a bid to smuggle a huge quantity of explosive material on Tuesday, recovering huge amount of weapons and equipments.
According to sources, the forces recovered 1500kg of explosive material and walky talky from a pickup PAB-562.
The troops also arrested three suspects named Muhammad Wali, Baz Muhammad and Muhammad Din from Kanokai Qamar Din Karez area of Pak-Afghan border.
The suspects have been shifted to an undisclosed location for interrogation.
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