Last month, security forces had also discovered a cross-border tunnel, which was used by four Jaish terrorists to enter Jammu before they were killed in an operation at Ban toll plaza near Nagrota.
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The police in Jammu and Kashmir’s Awantipora, together with the Army and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), busted a terror community, information company ANI reported. The community of proscribed outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad was concerned within the grenade lobbing incidents in Tral and Sangam areas, ANI quoted the police officers as saying.

The six arrested terror operatives have been involved with Pakistani handlers and have focused safety forces by lobbing grenades upon safety forces in current previous, the police additional mentioned, based on ANI.

The police have recovered incriminating materials, together with explosive substance, from the possession of the arrested operatives. A case has additionally been registered.

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Last month, the police had arrested two individuals in Awantipora whom they described as operatives linked to Jaish-e-Mohammad.

The arrested individuals had been recognized as Bilal Ahmad Chopan of Wagad Tral and Mursaleen Bashir Sheikh of Chatlam Pampore.

The police mentioned that these folks had been offering logistic assist and shelter in addition to transporting of arms/ammunition of the terrorists in Pampore and Tral areas of Kashmir.

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Last month, safety forces had additionally found a cross-border tunnel, which was utilized by 4 Jaish terrorists to enter Jammu earlier than they had been killed in an operation at Ban toll plaza close to Nagrota.

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