Major arrests of Lashkar-e-Taiba militants by UP and Kashmir Police!
Jammu and Kashmir police has arrested major militants in Uttar Pradesh whose one of the resident was very active member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT) group that has killed an SHO and five other police officers in south Kashmir, a senior official said on Monday.
“We have busted a module involved in a series of sensational crimes, including terror crimes in south Kashmir,” inspector general of police (IGP), Kashmir, Munir Khan told reporters.”Two individuals Sandeep Kumar Sharma alias Adil, a resident of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, and Muneeb Shah, a resident of Kulgam in south Kashmir were arrested.”
Indian Army and Kashmir Police is continuously arresting and shooting militants of Kashmir-
Few of the things such as militancy in Kashmir is concerned are getting intercepted by Indian Army and Kashmir police during investigations are being done regarding the looting of banks and ATMs, he said.
“Investigations have revealed the angle of criminals who are involved in militancy and how they are being used by militant outfit LeT, how they are plundering and looting the banks and ATMs and funding militant outfits as well as themselves,” he said.
Militant has changed his name to Sandeep to blame the hindus but we all somehow knew his intentions and religion!
Sandeep got arrested from the same house where Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Bashir Lashkari got furiously killed on July 1 and Shah has been arrested as police caught him escaping. Sandeep has always hated the hindus as he said he was taught to spread hate and terrorism against hindus since birth so he changed his name to execute his cruel intentions.The IGP said the investigations revealed that Sandeep had come to the valley in 2012 and worked as a welder here in the summers. In the winters, he would go outside the valley, especially to Patiala.
“While working in Punjab, he came in contact with one Shahid Ahmad, a resident of Kulgam, who was also working in Punjab. In January this year, he came to the valley and planned to loot ATMs and other robberies in south Kashmir.”