Two Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists arrested by the police authorities in Delhi
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Delhi Police’s special cell is learnt to have arrested two alleged terrorists and foiled a major terror strike planned around Diwali.
The duo belong to Jaish-e-Mohammed. The operation was conducted by DCP (special cell) Sanjeev Yadav.
“On the basis of the information a trap was laid near millennium park, Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi and at about 10.15pm, two suspects, who are residents of J&K, were apprehended,” DCP Yadav told the Times of India.
The duo were identified as Abdul Latif Mir from Baramulla and Mohammad Ashraf from Kupwara. Both are in their early twenties. Pistols and cartridges were seized from them.
They are being interrogated by a joint team of intelligence agencies and cell.
Source: India Times