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21000 Plastic Bullets Sent To Kashmir To Reduce Usage Of Pellet Guns - NDTV

Meerut: Highlights. The plastic bullets can be used in the AK series of assault rifles; Tests show these plastic bullets are less lethal: CRPF Director General; He said the force has not done away with other non-lethal weapons. The CRPF has sent 21,000 ...and more »

To Reduce Pellet Injuries, CRPF Sends New Plastic Bullets to Kashmir - India.com

New Delhi, Oct 7: Amid mounting criticism over the use of pellet guns for crowd control in Kashmir, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has decided to replace the metal bullets with the less lethal plastic bullets. highlights. The new pellets would ...and more »

CRPF sends 'less lethal' plastic bullets to Kashmir Valley to reduce dependence on pellet guns - The Indian Express

To put an end to the controversial usage of pellet guns, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has delivered 21,000 rounds of newly developed plastic bullets to the Kashmir Valley which will be used in tackling street protests in the insurgent-hit ...and more »

CRPF sends 21000 plastic bullets to Kashmir - The New Indian Express

MEERUT: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has sent 21,000 rounds of newly-developed and “less lethal” plastic bullets to the Kashmir Valley to tackle protests there, the paramilitary force's top officer said. The bullets, developed by the Defence ...and more »

CRPF to use non-lethal plastic bullets instead of pellets in Kashmir - News Nation

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) will now use non lethal plastic weapons to deal with stone pelters and and protesters in Jammu and Kashmir. The development was announced by the CRPF chief RR Bhatnagar”during the the 25th anniversary of Rapid ...and more »

CRPF sends non lethal plastic bullets to J&K - Daily News & Analysis

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has decided to use less lethal plastic bullets in Jammu and Kashmir to deal with stone pelters and protestors. The force has faced criticism for using pellet guns. Over a hundred people and security personnel ...and more »

India to reduce use of pellet guns with 'less-lethal' plastic bullets - Pakistan Today

–21000 plastic bullets sent to Occupied Kashmir. MEERUT: India's Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has sent 21,000 rounds of 'less lethal' plastic bullets to Occupied Kashmir in a bid to tackle growing protesting crowds and as an alternative to ...and more »

Forces in Kashmir valley get "less lethal" plastic bullets to replace controversial pellet guns - International Business Times, India Edition

The new bullets are developed by Defense Research and Development Organisation(DRDO) and manufactured by the Pune based Ordnance Factory. By : Gourav Mishra. Oct 7, 2017 21:51 IST. Stone Pelting Kashmir. Kashmiri protestors clash with police during a ...and more »

India sends 'less lethal' plastic bullets to Occupied Kashmir to reduce pellet guns use - Daily Pakistan

NEW DELHI – After being slammed by international community for using pellet guns in Occupied Kashmir, the Indian forces has decided to tackle the street protests against their atrocities through “less lethal” plastic bullets instead of giving self ...and more »

CRPF sends 21000 plastic bullets to tackle protests in Valley - The Tribune

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has sent 21,000 rounds of newly developed and “less lethal” plastic bullets to the Kashmir valley to tackle street protests, says a top officer of the force. The bullets, developed by the Defence Research and ...and more »