The Special Cell of the Delhi Police arrested two suspected terrorists, who are allegedly linked to terror outfit Islamic State of Jammu & Kashmir (ISJK).
According to Deputy Commissioner of Police Pramod Kushwaha, the duo identified as Parvez and Jamshed, hailing from Kashmir, were arrested from Jama Masjid bus stop near the Red Fort area on Thursday night.
"Two pistols, 10 cartridges and four mobile phones were seized from them. They had acquired weapons from Uttar Pradesh and were going to Kashmir. The weapons were to be used for terrorist activities," Kushwaha said while briefing the media.
Confirming that the national capital was not part of the terrorist's plan and was being used as a route to get into Jammu and Kashmir, Kushwaha told ANI, "During the investigation, we also found out that they were following instructions of the number two leader of ISJK, Adil Thokar and the leader of the outfit is Umar Ibn Nazir."
The two suspected terrorists are in police custody for five days.
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