High bird fighters arrested in Reasi, arms and ammunition recovered / Police
Police have claimed to have arrested a hybrid terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir’s Raisi district and recovered arms and ammunition from his custody. Hoi police arrested a man named Zafar Iqbal, son of Bal Angrala resident Karim Baksh , who was in contact with Pakistani terrorist masters. The statement said: ‘The brother of the arrested high bird fighter Muhammad Ishaq was a Lashkar-e-Taiba fighter who was killed in an encounter with security forces in Rajouri, while according to reports, his relative Abdul Rasheed in Ladh situated at. Pakistan and working with terrorists there. A police team, Zafar Iqbal, was arrested from the Plaso Nola area and questioned, the spokesman said. He said that during interrogation, Zafar Iqbal confessed to being in contact with terrorists and committing the crime. He said that a joint team of Police, Army’s 58 RR and CRPF’s 126 Battalion raided Angrala on finding the arrested people. An operation was conducted at L, during which arms and ammunition were recovered from an ambush. The recovered arms and ammunition include a pistol (Glock), four pistol magazines, 22 rounds and a grenade. On the disclosure of Zafar Iqbal, cash of Rs. to be used for activities. Meanwhile, SSP President Amit Gupta termed it as a big success. Terrorist Zafar Iqbal was in touch with terrorist organizations and his arrest averted a major insurgency operation. He said that Pakistani masters were continuing their efforts to promote terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.