Kupwara/July 26: Two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists have been arrested from Kupwara in Kashmir on Sunday by the joint team of J&K Police and 7 RR of the Indian Army. Around 10.2 kg narcotics with a market value of ₹50 crore and an AK-56 rifle was also recovered from these Lashkar terrorists.
“A consignment of war like stores and narcotics was apprehended last night at Sadhna Pass at the mouth of Tangdhar, Kupwara, based on the inputs about smuggling,” said Shriram Ambarkar, SSP Kupwara. Army dog, aided by the detectors and scanners helped to locate the concealed and hidden packages from the vehicle.
The search operation led to apprehension of three suspects and seizure of two vehicles, one AK-56 rifle, bullet magazine and other ammunition. Two Chinese pistols with bullet magazines, 20 grenades along with 10.2 kg drugs were also recovered. Click on the link given to watch our video report.