Three Lashkar Terrorists Arrested From J&K's Rajouri; Weapons Sent By Pakistani Drones Recovered

Three Lashkar Terrorists Arrested From J&K's Rajouri; Weapons Sent By Pakistani Drones RecoveredIndian army soldiers (Representative Image) (TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)

Three suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists have been arrested by the security forces from Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir with a large cache of arms and ammunition they had received through drones, officials said on Saturday (19 September).

All three belong to South Kashmir’s Pulwama district and have been identified as Rahil Bashir, Amir Jan and Hafiz Younis Wani. Police said they had gone to Rajouri to receive the weapons sent by drones from Pakistan.

Inspector General (IG) Police Jammu Mukesh Singh told IANS that the three belonged to the proscribed terror outfit LeT. The weapons recovered include two AK-56 rifles, 6 AK-Magazines with 180 rounds, two Chinese pistols, three pistol magazines with 30 rounds, four grenades and Rs 1 lakh in cash.

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