Jammu and Kashmir police on Friday claimed to have busted an OGW module in the Sopore area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district by arresting four OGWs of LeT and recovered arms and ammunition from them.
In a statement, police said, a joint naka was established by PC Sopore along with 22 RR and 179 CRPF at Gousiabad Chowk Chinkipora in the jurisdiction of PS Sopore.
The statement, as per a report by a local news agency, Kashmir Despatch, reads that during checking, suspicious movement of two persons coming from Dangerpora towards Chinkipora was noted and they were subsequently asked to stop, but they tried to flee from the spot, however, they were tactfully apprehended.
It reads that upon their personal search two grenades were recovered from their possession.
They have been identified as Shakir Akber Gojree of Bandipora and Mohsin Wani of Baramulla.
“Preliminary investigation has revealed that the arrested persons are OGWs of LeT and were in constant search of an opportunity to carry out attacks on security forces and civilians. Accordingly, case has been registered at Police station Sopore under relevant sections of law.”
It further reads that during the course of the investigation apprehended OGWs further revealed names of other associates which led to the arrest and recovery of further arms and ammunition which includes one Chinese pistol, one pistol magazine, 7 live pistol rounds, 25 AK 47 rounds and explosive material.
They have been identified as Himayun Shariq of Sopore and Faizan Ashraf Wani of Rafiabad, while further investigation is going on.