Dramatic Discovery of Weapon Cache Exposes Indian Army’s Ploy to Defame Kashmir’s Indigenous Movement!

On December 25, 2020 in Srinagar, the Indian Army staged a seizure of a large cache of rifles and ammunition in the Uri area of Baramulla District.

In a statement released by Baramulla police, the joint operation between police and army resulted in the discovery of a vast store of weapons including 8 AK74u, 24 AK 74 Magazines, 12 Chinese Pistols, 24 pistol magazines, 9 Chinese grenades, 5 Pak Grenades, 5 wheat bags, 81 Pak Balloons, 560 rounds of AK Rifle, and 244 rounds of the pistol.

However, experts on Kashmir have refuted this Indian claim, stating that the weapons recovered were most likely dumped by Indian army itself to defame the Kashmir’s indigenous movement, portraying it as foreign-supported.

This staged recovery is an attempt to malign Pakistan as well as the freedom movement in Kashmir.