Four accomplices of a Pakistani terrorist captured after the August 5 Udhampur terror attack were arrested from the Kashmir Valley on Saturday, an official said.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) made the arrests after Usman alias Qasim Khan was brought to the valley to identify those who helped him reach Udhampur where he was caught.
Usman, a member of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror group, was brought to the valley from Jammu region by road.
“The NIA today arrested four people from Pulwama district after Usman identified them,” a police officer told IANS here.
“The NIA took Usman to Pulwama and Kulgam districts following disclosures by him. More arrests are likely to take place following the leads given by the accused,” he said.
The NIA is also trying to know more about the larger LeT network in Jammu and Kashmir and elsewhere in India.