J&K: Villagers control two Lashkar terrorists; handed over to the police. India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday arrested two most wanted and heavily armed terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) with the help of villagers. princely District Seoni.
The incident is from Tuksan Dhok village and the Lashkar commander is also among the arrested terrorists. talib hussainresident of Rajouri The district and the mastermind of the recent twin IED blasts in the district. A huge cache of arms and ammunition has been recovered from the terrorists.
ADGP Jammu Mukesh Singh said, “Today the villagers of Tucson Dhok showed immense courage in nabbing two most wanted terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) who had come to take shelter in the area after constant pressure from the police and army. ”
“They have been identified as Talib Hussain of Rajouri and Faisal Ahmed Dar of Pulwama. 2-AK rifles, 07 grenades, one pistol and a huge cache of ammunition were recovered from their possession,” he said.
lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha Announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh to the villagers who were successful in controlling the terrorists and handing them over to the police.
“Such determination of the common man shows that the end of terrorism is not far off. The Union Territory government will give a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh to the villagers for their gallant act against terrorists and terrorism,” the Lt Governor said.
During preliminary interrogation, the ADGP said that it has come to light that both the terrorists were also in touch with Salman, a Pakistani Lashkar handler.
Singh said, “It is pertinent to mention that Rajouri police had recently recovered a large number of IEDs and recently busted a module of Lashkar in which two Lashkar terrorists were arrested and Talib Hussain was arrested. was declared a fugitive and a reward was announced on him.” Told.
“Talib Hussain was in constant touch with Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Qasim and was involved in at least three cases of IED blast in Rajouri district,” he said.
Describing the arrest of both the terrorists as a major success, the official said that they were trying to revive militancy in Reasi as well as in the border districts of Rajouri and Poonch.
Two explosions took place in Kotarana town of Rajouri on 26 March and two blasts on 19 April in which two people were injured.
On 24 April, two more people were injured in another blast in Shahpur-Budhal area of ​​Rajouri.