Pakistani Spy, 2 JeM Terrorists Arrested In Jammu Kashmir


New Delhi: A day after the Border Security Force(BSF) succeeded to foil attacks planned by killing seven Pakistani Rangers and a terrorist targeting BSF posts across the borders on Thursday night, BSF succeeded to stall another big attack. On Friday late night a Pakistani spy was arrested near the International Border in Samba Sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

The accused named Bodh Raj is a resident of Changiia in Arnia tehsil of Jammu district. BSF Jawans arrested him for passing on vital information regarding deployment and movement of security forces. Security forces also recovered two Pakistani SIM cards and a map. Based on information received from military intelligence, Jammu police conducted a massive cordon and search operation in the border area of Ramgarh of Jammu Kashmir. During the search operation, Raj was found roaming in suspicious circumstances in Jedra village.

According to a statement made in Rajya Sabha on March 9 this year, Home Ministry said that agencies of the central and state governments arrested 46 Pakistani spies between 2013 and 2016.

Meanwhile, after a joint operation on Thursday night by Police and the Army on terrorism in the valley, Saturday two Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists were arrested in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district. Ammunition besides an AK 47, a pistol and grenades were recovered from them. Notably, after Surgical Strike in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), it has been seen that Pakistan has violated the ceasefire again and again. Sources said, the terrorists also targeted to cross the Line of Control (LoC) and planned attacks on various sites.

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