Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Nov 23 (ANI): Police in Jammu and Kashmir have solved Bohri Kadal’s terrorism case by arresting three accused persons allegedly involved in terrorist crimes.
On November 9, 2021, terrorists killed a civilian Ibrahim Ahmad, who was a vendor at Shri Sandeep Mawa’s Shop, near the Bohri Kadal neighborhood in Srinagar. Regarding this terrorist incident, a case under the relevant articles of the law was registered at the police station of Maharaj Gunj and to investigate the said terrorist crime, a special investigation team was formed.
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During the investigation, officers learned of the involvement of three accused persons identified as Aejaz Ahmad Lone, Naseer Ahmad Shah and Showkat Ahmad Dar, all residents of Lelhar Pulwama, in the said terrorist crime, according to an official statement from the Jammu and Kashmir police.
They were subsequently arrested in this case and during their questioning confessed to their involvement in the commission of the crime.
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Preliminary inquiries have revealed that the above-mentioned arrested trio linked to the banned terrorist group LeT (TRF) carried out the said terrorist attack on the instructions of a terrorist official across the border.
It was further revealed that the arrested trio have been in contact with terrorist operatives based in Pak for the past 4 months. Upon disclosure, the weapon of the offense – a pistol as well as 7 cartridges and other incriminated materials, including a grenade, were recovered in their possession.
In addition, the Alto car which was used during the commission of the crime on the day of the attack was also seized as soon as they were disclosed.
Further investigation into the case is underway. (ANI)
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