Inspector General of Police Mukesh Singh said that Malik Umair alias Abdullah was arrested by the Special Operations Team of Jammu Police from Jhajjar Kotli on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. He is a resident of Yaripora village in Kulgam district of South Kashmir.
The Inspector General of Police of Jammu Zone Mukesh Singh said on Sunday that the Commander (Commander) of the Islamic State of Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) has been arrested from the Union Territory. With this arrest, the plot of Terror Attack has been foiled. Singh said that Malik Umair alias Abdullah was arrested by the Special Operations Team of Jammu Police from Jhajjar Kotli on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. He is a resident of Yaripora village in Kulgam district of South Kashmir.
“On the basis of concrete information, he was arrested at around 7 pm, eight cartridges and Rs 1.13 lakh were recovered from him,” he said. The attempt to carry out the terrorist attack by his organization has been foiled. ”According to the police officer, the police conducted a search operation in Jhajjar Kotli after receiving information about the possibility of a terrorist commander coming. “One person tried to run away, he was chased and caught.” A pistol and cash rupees were recovered from his bag.
‘Weapons-money found to carry out terrorist attack’
He said that this person turned out to be the commander of ISJK, who during interrogation said that he had received arms and cash for carrying out a terrorist attack in the Union Territory. He told that the police is registering a case and investigating.
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On the other hand, Chief Justice of India (CJE) SA Bobde met Lt. Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha on Sunday. The Lieutenant Governor’s office said in a tweet that today the Lt. Governor met Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde in Srinagar. However, the details of the meeting have not been shared.
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