Srinagar: Two militants belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammed organization have been arrested in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. A police official said on Saturday that Bilal Ahmed Chopan of Vagad Tral and Mursalin Bashir Sheikh of Chatlam Pampore have been arrested. Both were arrested from Avantipora area of South Kashmir district.
According to the investigation, according to the investigation, in the Pampore and Tral areas of the district, they used to provide arms and ammunition to the terrorists besides goods and shelter. The police have registered a case and started investigation.
Pakistan is sending terrorists to India from the border
An intelligence agency official has said that Pakistan is using the International Border (IB) in Punjab and Jammu region to send terrorists to India. A senior intelligence official has said that Pakistan is making repeated efforts to send terrorists here and for this it is using Punjab and Jammu region.
On Thursday morning, 4 terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed, who were killed in an encounter near Nagrota in Jammu region, had also infiltrated the international border area in Samba sector and were going to Srinagar. On Wednesday night, he infiltrated Indian soil when Pakistan was firing heavily using mortars and heavy machine guns in the Samba sector.
After this incident, the Border Security Force has alerted all security establishments in the Union Territory about Pakistan’s attempt to send terrorists to India. Terrorists are using IB area to enter India because Indian security forces have set up anti-infiltration grids along the Line of Control (LoC), due to which it is not possible to get terrorists from there.
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