Seized grenades: Gurgaon Police to write to Army: A day after police recovered explosives and ammunition from an unoccupied house in Gurgaon, police said they are writing to the Army Headquarters in Delhi and ordnance factories for information on the factory from where the seized grenades and other explosives had been supplied.

Aman Yadav, the assistant commissioner of police, Sadar, said, “We are contacting ordnance factory Khamaria in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh; ordnance factory Muradnagar, Uttar Pradesh and fireworks factories at Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, based on the mark and batch of the seized ammunition to find out from where they had been manufactured and supplied.”

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On Tuesday morning, after a tip-off, police recovered two hand grenades, 17 practice grenades, a bicat strip, and 43 long-range empty cartridges from a commode of the washroom of house P-12 at Sector 31.

The area was cordoned off and the bomb detection and disposal squad defused the explosives after a controlled explosion by digging a six-foot trench in the lawn of the house and placing sandbags around it.

Police had booked the house owner, a Delhi resident, under sections 4 and 5 of the Explosive Substances Act.

Police said the probe has found that the house had been registered in the name of a private company.

Shri Parasram Holdings Private Limited, whose three directors, identified as Ravinder Aggarwal, Vivek Aggarwal, and Anshu Aggarwal, have been summoned.

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