Lookout on for overground LeT workers in Jammu

Srinagar, August 26: The Jammu and Kashmir police has launched a massive search operation to find the overground people  who are helping terrorist in the state after Naved, the Pakistani terrorist had made several disclosures during its investigation by the National Investigating Agency (NIA).  Naved has now become an important link to expose the agenda of Pakistan-backed terror groups.

Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist Mohammad Naved Yakub was arrested after he was captured alive by the villagers following the attack on a BSF convoy in Udhampur on August 5, has emerged as the key to unlocking the dangerous plan of Lashkar to target Jammu. This militant was produced before the magistrate today morning to record his confession.

After the revelations made by Naved, the Police is working hard to develop a masterplan either to nab these terrorists or to prevent them from attacking in the state. The Police is searching the overground LeT workers who have been hidden after Naved’s capture.

As per reported in The Tribune, a senior police official said that Naved has revealed information about plans to create turmoil and give the impression that Jammu was not peaceful, which is a matter of concern. A case under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Arms Act and various sections of the IPC had been registered against the terrorist.

The law will take its course in Naved case, but Police’s focus is to find those people who are using private vehicles to ferry militants. The way they freely conducted a recce in July, travelling between Srinagar and Jammu.

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