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Troops of Assam Rifles have recovered huge quantity of medicines, hygiene and sanitation materials from Integrated Check Post (ICP) at Moreh in Manipur on April 1last.

This was informed in a press release on Thursday.

Moreh is a border town of Manipur.

“As part of area dominating patrol near ICP Moreh, the troops observed suspicious movement of persons across the Menal River in the hours of darkness carrying white colored bags over head,” the release issued by the PRO of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (South) said.

“On challenging them, they fled towards Myanmar. On detailed search of the area, troops recovered huge quantity of medicines, hygiene and sanitation materials.”

The recovered items according to the press release include 68 bottles of Dettol Liquid multiuse hygiene, 72 bottlesof Dettol Hand wash, 67 bottles of Dettol Liquid (550 ml), 871 bottles of Dettol Liquid (250 ml), 1275 bottles of Dettol Liquid (125 ml), 120 bottles of Dettol Liquid (110 ml), 192 glass bottles of Dettol Liquid (60 ml), 73 Plastic bottles of Dettol Liquid (60 ml), 25 bottles of Hand sanitizer, 210 Dettol soaps, 6450 Digene Tablets, 360 Intagra (Sildanafil Citrate), 30 Tubes of Betovate GM, 60 Tubes of 2 Derm Cream, 1200 Porush Jeevan Tablets, 340 Griso C2 Tablets, 24 bottles of Acicod (400 ml), 20 bottles of Ulgel (450 ml), 50 bottles of Mutivitamin becadexamin, 240 Ampicillin capsules, 1000 Ezypyrine, 600 Glisen, 500 injections of Ardex sodium phosphate injection, 30 tubes of Betnovate – C, 4000 Choloroquine tablets, 30 bottles of Cypon Syrup, 30 bottles of Liv 52, 30 bottles of Neopeptine, 5000 Alzin tablet, 20 bottles of Acicod (200 ml), 150 Tetracycline tablet, 30 bottles of Dabur Gripe water, 1200 Pain lock  tablets, 50 bottles of Corex DX, 500 Tri Glynase, 20 Liv 52 tablet, 240 Stemetil injection, 500 Enteromycitin tablet, 400 Sinarest tablet, 52 tubes pf Melacare forte cream (200 gm) and 32 Dexona injection (2 ml).

The items were found in a total of 25 bags, it added.

The recovered medicines, hygiene and sanitation materials were handed over to Moreh Police Station.

The officials of the Moreh Police station when contacted over phone also confirmed the report and informed that a case has been taken up for necessary steps.

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