Skip to comments.61 MP-bound explosives-laden trucks found missing [India/"nearly 300 tonnes of explosives"]
Posted on 08/15/2010 2:42:23 AM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: "JAIPUR: Nearly 300 tonnes of explosives, loaded in 61 trucks, did a vanishing act while on its way to Sagar in Madhya Pradesh from Rajasthan Explosives and Chemicals Limited in Dholpur.
According to the police, they are in possession of documents which show that the trucks had left for Sagar between April and June this year from Dholpur but never reached their destination. The explosives included detonators and gelatin sticks which are classified as Class II explosives and are used in mining."
(Excerpt) Read more at timesofindia.indiatimes.com ...
I’m betting on the Amish.
Someone is planning to celebrate the end of Ramadan with fireworks.
More likely: ramadamaBangBang!
Thanks Cindy. Could be similar to the black market hijacks which happened in the old USSR, where chronic shortages of necessary items (not just bread, but housing, cars, everything) were caused by central “planning”. India has a booming economy.
Okay, so, maybe “booming” was a poor choice of words.
Don’t worry, they’ll turn up.
“61, it took 61 trucks before they looked into it...”
I am sure that Calypso Louis could explain that 61 is the magic number, you see 6 + 1 equals 7 and 61 plus 7 equals 68 which is the number of the neighbor of the beast and 6 + 8 equals 14 which is the mental age of the average Democrat voter and 61 plus 14 equals 75 which is the number of the birthday marking the beginning of Ancient Age and we could all probably use a liter or two of that right now.
Appeared to disappear?
I think you’re on to something here.
If you turn it upside down you have 19.
My Avast anti-virus software detects a threat emanating from that link.
This probably will not end well/
It’s a mainstream media source for India, Holden.
If you turn it upside down you have 19............. And if you put them together 1961 and turn them upside down, you still have 1961.
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