J&K: 6 JeM Terrorists Nabbed With Arms In Kulgam

Guwahati: The Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested six terrorists connected to the outlawed terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) along with a huge cache of arms and ammunition in a joint operation with the Army.

“On the basis of specific information regarding carrying out of subversive activities in Mirhama and Damhal Hanjipora area of Kulgam district, a major breakthrough was achieved by the arrest of six terrorist associates in a joint operation of kulgam police and 9 Rashtriya Rifles and huge cache of arms and ammunition were recovered on the instance of the accused,” said Jammu and Kashmir Police.

A pistol, magazine, 18 rounds, a hand grenade, four UBGL shells, 30 AK 47 rounds, 446 M4 rounds, eight M4 magazines, an AK 47 magazine, an Insas magazine, two mortar shells, a wireless set, four walkie talkies, and other potentially incriminating items were recovered by the security forces.

According to J-K Police, information about the terrorists’ affiliation with the outlawed terror group JeM and their communication with handlers across the border via various social media platforms emerged during early investigations.

According to police, the arrested accused were determined to undermine the tranquilly of the Kulgam district by carrying grenade assaults, frightening innocent bystanders, and engaging in standoff fire attacks on PRI members and minority populations among other things.

A case has been filed at the DH Pora police station in accordance with pertinent legal provisions.

Further investigation is in progress to expose the broader conspiracy.

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