Jammu, Jul 20 : Almost more than a week of his arrest by the alert Jammu Police, the Pakistani handler during questioning spilled beans revealing locations of which he conducted recce and the areas where weapons were airdropped from drones for its further transportation to the Kashmir valley.
Sources privy to the investigation on Sunday told that the arrested militant was on one week police remand, which has further been extended, adding, “during questioning, he confessed his involvement in transporting arms, ammunition airdropped from flying objects in the recent past to the Kashmir valley.”
“As a part of investigation, the terrorist was also taken to locations he identified of which he conducted recce and also the areas from where he collected the weapons for its further delivery,” sources said.
They said that though he was a truck driver but was tech-savvy and was in touch with his handlers across the border and on their dictations, he used to carry terrorist activities in the region.
“He is being questioned and it has also been learnt that one of his accomplices has escaped to the Valley when came to know about his arrest but a manhunt is on to nab him,” sources said.
On July 11, team from Gangyal Police Station under the guidance and supervision of Jammu South Police headed by Senior Superintendent of Police, Jammu, Chandan Kohli, Jammu Police foiled a bid of smuggling weapon, explosives recovering from a truck driver identified as Muntazir Manzoor of Prischoo, Pulwama.( SOURCE UNI)