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Cops question arrested terrorists, breakthrough likely
1/12/2023 11:40:33 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 12: Although over 50 suspects have been detained by the police in connection with twin terror attacks in Dhangri village of Rajouri, cops are also questioning some arrested terrorists to get a clue about the whereabouts of terrorists involved in the gruesome killings of seven unarmed civilians including two minors.
Reports said that questionings of terrorists involved in arms and narcotics dropping cases are going on to get some breakthrough about the terror attack in Dhangri village of Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently Jammu and Kashmir Police have busted some terror modules involved in collecting arms, ammunition, and narcotics dropped by Pakistan drones near the International Border (IB) in Jammu province.
“Agencies are questioning these terrorists, who are already in the custody of J&K Police, in connection with the Dhangri terror attack”, sources said and added that before their arrest these terrorists were in touch with the mentors sitting across the border.
Jammu and Kashmir Police have busted some terror modules involved in picking up consignments of weapons dropped near the IB in Jammu.
On November 6, 2022 J&K Police had busted a terror module of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and arrested three persons who had come to Jammu from Kashmir to pick up a consignment of weapons on the directions of their handler in Pakistan.
Three AK-56 rifles, six grenades, a pistol, nine magazines, and 191 rounds of ammunition have been seized from their oil tanker. The accused have been identified as Mohammad Yaseen, Farhan Farooq, and Farooq Ahmed, all residents of Pampore Kashmir.
This group had come to Jammu to collect weapons on the directions of one Shahbaaz, a JeM handler based in Pakistan. The weapons were to be given to a terrorist in the Kashmir Valley.
Earlier in July last year, Jammu Police busted three major terror modules in Jammu and Rajouri districts who were plotting targeted killings and other terror attacks and were instrumental in receiving nearly 20 consignments of arms, ammunition, and explosives dropped from across the border through drones.
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