Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist arrested, special cell foils major attack

Two suspected Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists were arrested and a major attack was foiled by a special cell in Delhi on Monday night. The two suspects have been arrested from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi.

According to the Delhi Police officials set a trap near Millennium Park in Sarai Kale Khan around 10:15 pm on Monday night. The arrested suspects are now been questioned by officials.


The police officials informed that the two suspected militants who were residents of J&K have been apprehended along with two semi-automatic pistols and 10 live cartridges.

Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists have been identified as the residents of Jammu and Kashmir – Abdul Latif Mir, son of Sanaullah Mir, resident of Pala Mohalla in Baramulla and Mohd Ashraf Khatana, son of Bashir Ahmed, resident of Hat Mulla village in Kupwara.

According to the sources, the two suspects who were planning an attack in the Delhi had previously attempted to go to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK), which was foiled by the Indian Army.
They were planning to escape to POK via Nepal after the Delhi attack.

Apart from arrest, Delhi special cell has also recovered 15 Kg Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) from the terror operative who was nabbed in the Dhaula Kuan area.