JAMMU, Jan 6: Police today produced challan in the court of Special Judge NIA against four Jaish-e-Mohammed militants, who were caught by police for smuggling arms.
As per the case, on 11-07-2021 information was received in Police Station Gangyal that some trucks with registration numbers of Kashmir valley were involved in transportation of arms/ ammunition and explosives from border area of Jammu to Kashmir valley. One such truck bearing registration No JK13E-0211 owned and driven by one Muntazir Manzoor, son of Manzoor Ahmed Bhat of Pulwama, who himself is a member of terrorists organization, was continuously indulging in transportation of arms/ ammunitions and explosive from border area of Jammu to Kashmir valley.
On the receipt of this information, a case was registered and investigation started. During the course of investigation, truck bearing registration no. JK13E-0211 was intercepted at Purmandal Morh on 11.07.2021. On questioning, the driver disclosed his name as Muntazir Manzoor and on his disclosure one pistol caliber 9MM without number/mark, one magazine of pistol, eight live rounds of pistol and two Chinese hand grenades were recovered.
During investigation, accused person disclosed that he was in touch/contact with one Abu Hamas Pakistan WhatsApp through voice based National Told App. After downloading the App the name “Saifullah” started and Manzoor asked for collecting consignment of ammunition from Samba area. He also sent a photograph of unknown person. Accordingly, on 11-05-2021 Muntazir Manzoor along with one Towseef Ahmad reached Jammu and next day both the persons procured consignment of ammunition from area the location of which was shared by the PoK handler.
Subsequently, SIT was constituted by DPO Jammu, vide endorsement CRB/2021/ 45090-96/DPOJ dated 23-07-2021 for investigating the instant case.
After completion of investigation, SDPO Gandhi Nagar Purshotam Mengi presented challan against Muntazir Manzoor alias Saifullah, Ijahar Khan alias Sonu Khan, Towseef Ahmed Shah alias Showket alias Adnan and Jahangir Ahmed Bhat.
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