Indian Army Nabs Two Pakistani Terrorists Along The LoC While They Were Trying To Infiltrate Into India

Indian soldiers take position on the border with Pakistan.  (ROUF BHAT/AFP/Getty Images)

The Indian Army has nabbed two Pakistani terrorists belonging to the terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) along the Line of Control (LoC) while they were trying to infiltrate into India, reports Asian news International (ANI).

The two identified as Khalil Ahmad Kayan and Mohammad Nazeem are aged 35 and 22 respectively, and both belong to Rawalpindi in Pakistan. In the initial rounds of questioning, they have revealed their plans to disrupt harmony and peace in India.

The duo have also given a detailed account of the support they have received from the Pakistan Army which helped and guided them to infiltrate into India from their launch pads. Both the terrorists have now been sent for detailed rounds of questioning and interrogation.


The nabbing of these two terrorists comes as a big success as Army's Chinar Corps commander, Lieutenant General KS Dhillon had apprised the media persons yesterday (4 September) that Pakistan has been attempting to infiltrate terrorists from launchpads across the LoC every night.

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