Lashkar associates arrested in J-K village and arms found

The Jammu and Kashmir Police have taken a terror affiliate of the Lashkar-e Taiba who hails from Chakloo village in The Union Territory’s Baramulla district, according to police.
According to a statement issued by the Baramulla Police according to an official statement, according to an official statement, the Baramulla Police on the weekend, in an operation in conjunction together with police from the Army 32 RR arrested the suspected terrorist’s associate, Mohammad Ishaq Lone of Village Nadihal, by acting upon a specific information.
The police reported that following the subsequent disclosure by Lone they seized one canister of an improvised explosive device (IED) and one pistol, a pistol magazine with 18 rounds of pistol ammunition, and an electric wire that was eight meters long located close to the Chakloo Ziyarat within the town of Chakloo Ziyarat.
It is reported that the Baramulla police have filed an First Information Report (FIR) within the relevant sections of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), Explosive Substances Act as well as Arms Act at the Baramulla Police Station.
“The timely arrest with arms, ammunitions and explosive material has averted major terrorist attacks like targeted killings in Baramulla/ adjoining areas, targeted attacks on convoy vehicles of Security Forces (SFs) and has saved the precious lives of innocent civilians,” the statement read.
On Wednesday, security forces — joint teams comprising of Police as well as police forces from the Army (29RR) as well as the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) (45Bn)-identified and destroyed an unimprovised explosive device (IED) located in the Pattan region of the same district.
“Police along with security forces have destroyed an IED in the Pattan area of Baramulla district, thereby thwarted an untoward incident,” reported police.