Terror module busted while carrying weapons for Jaish-e-Mohammed

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New Delhi: On the intervening night of November 8 and 9, the police personnel were clearing traffic on the national highway. During the said exercise, an oil tanker with registration number JK02BF 2965 located at Narwal was asked to proceed. The same truck was again stopped near the Environment Park.

Truck driver scuffles with police personnel

When the patrolling party of the concerned police station asked him to proceed again, the driver took a U-turn and stopped the truck at the starting point i.e. Narwal.

This time, while reducing the crowd in the area, it was seen that it is the same truck that was asked to move forward earlier. On being asked about this, the driver, instead of giving a satisfactory answer, along with his two accomplices scuffled with the police party.

Thereafter, the driver along with two associates was taken to the police station and FIR number 284 u/s 353 was registered at PS Bahu Fort. Driver Mr. Yasin son Mohammad Ismail resident of Puchil Pampora, Farhan Farooq son Farooq Ahmed resident of Drangbal Pampore and Farooq Ahmed son Abdul Aziz Bhat resident of Drangbal Pampore were arrested.

The accused involved in other cases, links with Jaish-e-Mohammed

After the legal formalities, a signal was sent to the respective police stations of the accused regarding their involvement in some other case to ascertain their antecedents. On doing so it came to know that the driver of the truck is involved in a ULAP case in Avantipur.

He is also a close aide of JeM as per the report of the concerned police station. This became suspicious and the police party last night started questioning about the reason behind the unusual behavior and the links, if any, with the terrorists.

Weapons Transport for Gem Handler

After continuous interrogation, the driver Mohammad Yasin revealed that he had come to Jammu to collect weapons. They are doing this at the behest of Jaish-e-Mohammed’s handler Shahbaz who is in Pakistan. He was asked to hand it over to a terrorist in the Valley. He also confessed that he hid a consignment of arms and ammunition in the oil tanker.

This weapon was recovered during the search

On this the tanker was again searched in the presence of a magistrate and 3 AK-56 rifles, one pistol, 09 magazines, 191 rounds of ammunition, 6 grenades were recovered from him. Consistent efforts of Jammu Police in this case led to arrest of 3 persons, including 2 terrorist associates and recovery of huge consignment of arms and ammunition is possible.



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