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Foreign weapons are being made in the country

  • Whole Bangla
  • 21 May, 2021 11:50:59

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News Desk: Sophisticated weapons are being made in Chittagong lathe factory imitating foreign weapons. It is also being named after foreign weapons. In many cases, the effectiveness of this weapon is even greater. After arresting a man with such a revolver, the detective police have gone to the field in search of the craftsman besides revealing the secret of making the weapon.

After the rescue, the detective police of Chittagong was shocked to see the type of weapon. Although it looks like a foreign weapon, the recovered weapon has been made in a lathe factory using domestic technology. On Wednesday night (May 20), the detectives raided the Akbarshah area of ​​the city and arrested a man named Farooq with a sophisticated weapon made in the country. He admitted during preliminary interrogation that the weapon had been collected for use in robberies and robberies. Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) Assistant Commissioner Yasir Arafat said the recovered weapon was of good quality even though it was domestic. We have never seen such technical skills in making a weapon.

We think the weapon is made by advanced craftsmen. The weapon was originally made in imitation of the revolver of the famous Webley & Scott Company of England. Weapons and company names have also been written on the body. An extra barrel was mounted on the revolver to increase its effectiveness. Earlier, indigenous weapons were made by hand in various hilly areas including Maheshkhali in Cox's Bazar. However, the detective police has confirmed that it has been made in the state-of-the-art lathe factory in the city.

CMP deputy commissioner Farooq Ul Haq said the weapon was a single shooter but it was capable of doing a lot of damage. It is possible to hit the target accurately from a great distance with the weapon. The detectives have remanded Farooq in custody for three days in search of a special arms factory and artisan. Police have filed a case against him under the Arms Act at Akbar Shah Police Station.

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