Pakistan-sponsored narco-terror module busted by safety forces in Jammu & Kashmir | India Information
Srinagar: Performing on dependable inputs, the safety forces in Jammu & Kashmir on Thursday (April 8) busted a Pakistan-sponsored narco-terror module.
In a joint operation by the police and the military, one individual was arrested whereas 9 kg of heroin price Rs 50-60 crores within the worldwide market was recovered from him.
Police recognized the terrorists’ affiliate as Mukhtar Husain Shah who hailed from Kupwara.
“The opposite individuals concerned have been recognized and efforts are being made to arrest them,” a police official stated.
“We’ve got busted Pakistan-sponsored narco module. One individual particularly Mukhtar Shah is arrested. We recovered 9kg heroin price Rs 50-60 crore worldwide market worth,” SSP Kupwara Dr. G.V. Sundeep stated.
“We had been tracing this group from final one week. Mukhtar was in contact with Pak-sponsored terrorists. These drug smugglers present monetary help to terrorist teams in Kashmir,” he added.
The module was in shut reference to Pakistan-based terror handlers and was concerned within the drug commerce and aiding financially to energetic terrorists of the valley, the police stated, including, “The recoveries additionally uncovered the interconnection between drug sellers and terrorists.”
Based on the police, the module was working for terrorists to strengthen their activities in the valley and was misguiding and motivating the native youth of the valley to hitch militant ranks.
A case has been registered at Police Station Karnah in Kupwara district and an investigation has been began.
A particular investigation group (SIT) has been constituted to establish the small print of the accused’s ties with terrorist outfits, radicals, smugglers, and different anti-national parts, stated the police.