The Office of the Inspector-General of the Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Government seized 21 anti-tank mines in one of the abandoned houses in the Qayara district south of the city of Mosul.
The office said in a statement PUKmedia obtained on Thursday that the operation took place against the backdrop of information received from the Office of the Inspector-General from his own sources about the presence of 21 anti-tank mines in one of the abandoned role in the area of Qayara, Mosul city by the Iraqi security forces or plans to assemble them to carry out terrorist plans in the future.
The statement added that the office formed a joint working team in coordination with the Directorate of Qayara police. The house was raided and the mines were confiscated, and an arrest warrant was prepared and handed over to the Qayara police station to take the necessary measures.
It is noteworthy that the Office of the Inspector-General often performs non-specialist tasks, but fall within the initiatives to assign the security effort in the prosecution of crime and outlaws in coordination with the competent authorities in the ministry or other, the maintenance of the security of the homeland and citizens and the care of their interests are the responsibilities of all.
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