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Hybrid terror: Who got the pistols? JKP wants to know!
5/27/2022 11:29:56 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 27: In a shocking development that has put the security agencies on tenterhooks, the terror groups may have managed to distribute some sophisticated pistols among their cadres in Kashmir for “targeted killings.”
A high profile source close the corridors of power, told the Early Times on the condition of anonymity that recently a terrorist was caught red handed with a consignment of around a dozen pistols and bullets in Kashmir.
Sources said the accused told interrogators that the consignment, which the police had managed to recover was the second consignment and that “first one had already been distributed among the cadres.”
“He (terrorist) told them (interrogators) that the first consignment had already been distributed by the terror group, he was working for,” the source said.
He said most of the pistols of the first consignment may have been distributed among hybrid terrorists as this is what the police could ascertain adding that the case was being seriously probed to prevent any loss of life due to such targeted killings. “These hybrid terrorists operate in small groups where one group is unaware about the other group and that is what makes cracking the case a bit challenging,” said the source.
The police have inputs that a number of the pistols may have been distributed in the summer capital of Srinagar for targeted killings in particular.
Recently the Srinagar police had recovered a cache of brand new imported pistols and bullets apart from a silencer in the summer capital of Srinagar.
The police have inputs that Pakistan was pushing in the arms and ammunition by dropping them into the Indian territory using drones.
This year alone the police have recovered around 130 pistols from across Kashmir. The recent consignment of pistols was recovered from Chanapora area of Srinagar. Two youth were arrested in connection with the case.
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