Reasi police in Jammu and Kashmir have recovered more rifles, ammunition, and grenades from Tajouri district after Tukson Dhok villagers in Reasi arrested and turned over two most wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants.
The recoveries were made following the revelation of detained terrorist Talib Hussain, according to a press release from the Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Six sticky bombs, one handgun, three pistol magazines (Flock pisto-2 and 30 bore pistol-1), one UBGL launcher, three UBGL grenades, 75 rounds AK, 15 rounds Glock pistol, four rounds 30 bore, and one IED remote with an antenna were discovered in Draj in Rajouri district.
Two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists were detained on Sunday in the Tuksan villages of Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district.
Faizal Ahmed Dar and Talib Hussain were named as the terrorists captured.
According to Jammu and Kashmir Police, the terrorists sought refuge in Tukson Dhok hamlet after being harassed by the police and army.
Talib Hussain of Rajouri and Faisal Ahmed Dar of Pulwama have been recognised.
Police seized two AK-47 weapons, seven grenades, a pistol, and an enormous amount of ammo from their hands.