In a major break through, Jammu and Kashmir police in a joint operation with its Delhi counterpart blew the lid off a major Islamic State (IS) terror module, when they arrested three terrorists from Srinagar.
According to Police, on specific inputs, Srinagar police, with the assistance of Delhi police, busted the IS inspired module and arrested three terrorists from the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
At a Naka checkpoint, a party of Srinagar Police intercepted motorcycle-borne terrorists, who were moving through the Kothi Bagh area. Acting swiftly, police apprehended the motorcyclist and other two associates.
Police have identified the terrorists as Tahir Ahmad Khan resident of Chandrigam, Tral; Haris Mushtaq Khan of Wathoora, Budgam; and Asif Suhail Nadaf resident of Rainawari, Srinagar. The police recovered arms and ammunition from the possession of the trio.
In the national capital, a top cop said that Delhi Police’s special cell was working on J&K terror module and nabbed three suspects with the help of Srinagar police. “Delhi Police Special Cell was working on J&K terror module. It conducted a joint op with Srinagar SOG yesterday. Three terrorists nabbed, three grenades and two loaded pistols seized. Terrorists tried to lob grenade at police party in Kothi Bagh’s Tourism Reception Center,” Pramod Kushwaha, DCP (special cell), said.