On Navy Day, 3 militant modules busted in Kashmir, 18 OGWs held

3 militant modules busted in Kashmir, 18 OGWs held

On Navy Day, 3 militant modules busted in Kashmir, 18 OGWs held
Army men near a encounter site in Shopian File photo
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Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested at least 18 underground workers (OGW) and thrown three main modules of terrorists in the valley.
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Two separate modules of Pakistan's Jash-e-Mohammed were thrown out by police in Pulwama district of south Kashmir and 10 OZWs of the group were arrested. One module was thrown in the crew and another in the trail.
A police spokesman said that a special team was formed to investigate recent attacks in the trail for the purpose of creating fear.
"On the basis of collected physical evidence, four persons of Pinglish, Younis Nabi Naik, Fayaz Ahmad Wani of Regipora, Riyaz Ahmed Ghani of Niginpora and Bilal Ahmed of Hafu Niginpora were taken into custody," he said, the investigation revealed that Complexity in the terrorist attacks in the trail.
Another module was trapped in the Khar area of ​​Pampour, in which JM's six associates were arrested. Police said that module was in touch with Pakistani terrorist Vime in Khru, who was killed in gunmen on November 25.
The arrested OGW was identified as Jawada Ahmed Parray of Bethn, Yasir Bashir Wani of Babapora, Tahir Yusuf Lone of Khru, Rafiq Ahmed Bhatt of Sharshali, Javed Ahmed Khade of Kharu and Imran Nazir of Naimasab were identified. The spokesman said, "They were arrested on the basis of the arrested material."
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He said that the content of heavy sexual intercourse, including material for making Zetatin sticks, detonators, IEDs and grenades, was recovered from the module.

Meanwhile, eight terrorist associates were arrested in North Kashmir. They were planning to snatch weapons. "On the basis of a credible input that some underground workers of terrorists have made a criminal conspiracy to snatch weapons from the police personnel on duty, the police have picked eight terrorist allies by police from 

Baramulla, Tangmarg and Srinagar areas," a senior The police officer of Baramulla said. He said that a case has been registered at Tangmarg Police Station and investigation has been done. He said, "During the investigation, some recovery of arms and ammunition has been done with the help of other security forces including the CRPF and the army."

Avoid terrorists in Shopian

On Monday, terrorists and security forces shared a small fire in Shopian district of South Kashmir. Police said that during the Cordon and search operation on Monday morning, there was a brief shootout in Shopian's Imam Sahab area. Sources said, "The terrorists managed to escape." The operation was later closed.

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