87 Shells Believed To Be Of The Second World War Uncovered In Manipur

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According to the report by Impact News, Moreh Police have discovered 87 tank shells believed to be of the Second World War. The shells were found when a JCB was removing earth for construction of 132/33 KV Sub Station in Moreh Ward no. 9 N. Chanou Village. For those who don’t know, Moreh is a town located on the India-Myanmar border in the Chandel district of the Indian state of Manipur. A team of Police Bomb Expert removed the tank shells.


News and Pics source: Impact Tv Manipur


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