J&K Police busts international terror module, 2 arrested.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday claimed to have busted a terror module, which was being operated from Europe.
Police arrested two of its members involved in the dropping of a consignment of weapons and explosives from Pakistan with the help of drones in Jammu.
Chander Bose of Doda and Shamsher Singh of Camp Gole Gujral, Jammu were apprehended during the investigation of a drone drop in the Baspur Bangla area along the International Border (IB) at RS Pura.
Officials said that four pistols, eight magazines, and 47 bullets were recovered from them.
Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh said that during interrogation, Bose revealed that he was acting at Singh’s behest.
J&K Police busts international terror module: Officials said that during the interrogation of both, it was found that the operator of the terrorist module is in Europe.
“Both (Bose and Singh) were in contact with an overground worker (OGW) named Balwinder, who is a resident of Jammu and has now settled in Europe,” Singh said, adding that the arrested accused was working for the banned terrorist organization.
He said, “Balwinder was coordinating both with the accused in India and the arms consignment operators in Pakistan.
J&K Police tweeted and wrote that the consignment of weapons dropped from the drone was recovered. 2 people have been arrested in Jammu.
Case FIR no. 196/2022 u/s 13,16,18 ULAP has been registered in PS RS Pura.
Along with this, it has also been told by tweeting that Pistol-4, Magazine-8, and P / Round- 47 have been recovered. This is the fourth capture of a consignment of drones by the Jammu Police this year.
Major accident in Kishtwar’s hydropower project, at least 4 people were killed, and many were injured in a landslide.
At least four people were killed and nine injured in a landslide at the Ratle Hydro Power Project in the Drabshala area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar.
According to the information received, this accident happened when a cave was being cut for this hydropower project.
A JCB was engaged in this, which came under the grip of this landslide. The body of the JCB driver has been recovered.
Apart from this, five more people trapped in the cave have been rescued. All of them have been sent to Doda Hospital for treatment.