Two JeM terrorists arrested in Kupwara

In this Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011 photo, masked Pakistani Taliban militants take part in a training session in an area of Pakistan's tribal South Waziristan region along the Afghan border. Associated Press reporter, photographer and videographer Ishtiaq Mahsud spent six days with fighters from the Pakistani Taliban close to the Afghan border. His account of their travels through South Waziristan offers a glimpse into an area that the Pakistani military claimed had been brought under control following an army offensive two years ago. (AP Photo/Ishtiaq Mahsud)

SRINAGAR: Two Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists were arrested in the Drugmulla area of Kupwara district on Friday, according to the Indian Army.

The JeM terrorists were travelling in a car when they were stopped at a joint check post, which was set up based on credible inputs, resulting in their arrest on Thursday night.

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One AK-47 rifle with ammunition, two grenades, Rs 7 lakhs cash, and other warlike stores were recovered from their possession, according to the Army.

Earlier this month, the Indian Army’s Chinar Corps had said that an IED detected by CRPF in a culvert near Nutnussa in Kupwara was diffused by a bomb disposal squad.