Delhi: conspiracy to terrorize Delhi failed, special cell caught two Jaish terrorists

The Special Cell of Delhi Police has foiled a major conspiracy to shake the capital. The police have arrested two terrorists. Both these terrorists belong to Jaish-e-Mohammed and are residents of Jammu and Kashmir. Two semi-automatic (semi-automatic) pistols with 10 live cartridges have been recovered from his possession. It is being told that both of them were trying to execute a big conspiracy in Delhi. According to police sources, they wanted to do the blast in Delhi.



According to the information, the Delhi Police had received input regarding these two terrorists. After this a trap was laid to catch them. At 10.15 pm on Monday night, these two terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed were arrested near Millennium Park in Sarai Kale Khan. Weapons have been recovered from the terrorists. According to the police, the arrested militants have been identified as Abdul Latif, a resident of Sopore in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir and Ashraf Khatana, a resident of Hat Mulla village in Kupwara district.

Many VIP people were targeted
According to the information received, the age of the terrorists is between 20 and 22 years. Both inns were living in rented houses in Kale Khan. Their plot was to shake up Delhi-NCR. Due to the ongoing operation against the terrorists in Kashmir, the terrorists sent them to Delhi. Many VIPs were targeted at him. He told during interrogation that he wanted to go to Pakistan for training. He had unsuccessfully tried to cross the border. Explosives and documents have been recovered from these terrorists.

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