Patna: Police recently conducted a raid in the Mufassil police station area of Munger district of Bihar. Two illegally run mini gun factories have been busted in the raid. Yes, and four persons have also been arrested in this case. Police say they have also recovered several weapons and tools used to make weapons. In fact, Munger Superintendent of Police JJ Reddy informed last Saturday that based on intelligence inputs, the DIU team Jamalpur police raided the petrol pump at Daulatpur at 8 pm on Friday and arrested two arms smugglers.
At the same time, he said that four desi pistols, four magazines, one lakh 80 thousand rupees cash, two mobiles, and a motorcycle were recovered from him. In the same case, Md. Khurshid Alam has arrested Gunjan Upadhyay, a resident of Bagachi village in the Ramgarh police station area of the Kaimur district. Police said, after interrogating the arrested persons, the DIU team, Jamalpur police station Mufassil police jointly raided several places at Bakerpur in the Mufassil police station area and then busted two minigun factories.
Police have recovered weapons used to manufacture weapons including a desi Katta, three bullets from here. In the case, he said, Mohammad Chand alias Sarikh Parvez, son of Mohammad Razi Ahmed, Mohammad Jabbar, son of Mohammad Naseem, a resident of Bakerpur in Mufassil police station area, has been arrested. Police are now interrogating the arrested persons and trying to find out to who these smugglers used to supply these illegal weapons.