China-made live warhead found on Andaman beach raises security concerns

Speaking to TNM, Lt Gen (retd) Palepu Ravi Shankar, the ex-Director General of Artillery in the Indian Army said, “If I was in Andaman, I would be worried; not overtly, but worried for sure.”
Warhead found in Andaman beach
Warhead found in Andaman beach
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On January 4, a live Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) warhead was discovered nearly 3 km inland on the shores of the Middle Andaman Island. Identified as a Chinese-manufactured Type 69 (Chinese RPG-7) DZGI-40 explosive, the warhead was safely defused. But its discovery on the Dhani Nallah beach has raised security concerns. The presence of the warhead came to light when Jyoti Prakash, a Forest Department worker, discovered the object while cleaning the beach. 

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