Three Lashkar Terrorists Arrested in Jammu and Kashmir


Three hand grenades, nine posters and twelve Pakistani flags were recovered from them, police said.

Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir:

Jammu and Kashmir police on Friday claimed to have arrested three surface workers (OGWs) of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror group in Sopore in northern Kashmir.

The arrests were made in a joint operation conducted by the Sopore Police Force along with security forces, including 22 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) and 179 BN Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Bomai chowk in the jurisdiction of Bomai Police Station on Friday night.

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According to the Jammu and Kashmir police, the terrorists have been identified as Shariq Ashraf, Saqlain Mushtaq and Tawfeeq Hassan Sheikh.

During the check, a suspicious movement of three people coming from Goripura towards Bomai was spotted and were then asked to stop, but they tried to flee from the spot but were tactfully detained by the security forces, police said.

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During their personal search, three hand grenades, nine posters and 12 Pakistani flags were recovered from their possession.

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the arrested individuals are OGWs of the banned terrorist organization LeT and were constantly looking for an opportunity to carry out attacks on security forces and civilians, including outside workers, police said.

Accordingly, the case has been registered at Bomai Police Station according to the relevant articles of law and further investigation is still ongoing.

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