War on terrorism strengthened, dozens of modules busted in J&K


The Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) police, along with security agencies, have taken several steps to intensify attack against terrorists in the valley.

Due to the efforts of the security forces, pressure has increased on terrorists in the valley. In the past month, around 28 Over Ground Workers (OGW) were flushed out from their hideouts and six terror modules were busted.

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Ganderbal police also arrested two OGW from the Narnag area and recovered arms and ammunition from the possession of the terrorists.

The police have also been effective in the Sopore area of Kashmir, specifically in Chatlora Gund in Rafiyabad, where a large terror module was busted by arresting 10 OGW of Lashkar–Taiba (LeT) along with recovering incriminating material. This material included posters proclaiming intimidation and threats.

On November 25, 2019, the J&K police foiled an attempt in Baramulla to attack the recruitment process of the Railway SPO, and four OGW were arrested with a grenade. The arrested individuals had brought grenades for the purpose of attacking the recruitment rally in the district. With the arrest of these OGW, a major terror incident was foiled.

Pulwama police have also busted a module of terrorist associates responsible for the blasts in the area by arresting four OGW. The arrested persons were involved in an IED blast in the Arhal area of Pulwama, in which two army jawans were martyred.