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Hidayatullah Malik, commander of Lashkar-e-Mustafa, preparing to carry out a major terrorist incident arrested from the crowded area of Jammu.
Lashkar-e-Mustafa commander Hidayatullah Malik’s connection to Punjab and Uttar Pradesh also came out as he was preparing to carry out a major terrorist incident. On Saturday, a car was also recovered from Hidayatullah arrested from the crowded area of Jammu, which was purchased from a person from Patiala. When the car was registered in Patiala, Agra’s number was found on it. However, the investigation of large levels is going on.
Explain that Lashkar-e-Mustafa commander Hidayatullah was arrested from Jammu on Saturday. In this regard, IGP of Jammu range Mukesh Singh said that he had come to Jammu to carry out a major crime. We came to know from our system and were caught in the afternoon. Meanwhile, another police officer said that he was hiding near a shopping mall on the Kunjwani bypass on the Jammu-Pathankot highway. Electronic surveillance and human intelligence were fully utilized to apprehend him. Anantnag police came to know on Friday night that Hidayatullah was in Jammu and was about to carry out a major terrorist incident. On Saturday afternoon, a joint squad of Jammu police and Anantnag police caught him.
Terrorist links have emerged in the case of the recovery of the Centro car of Agra number from Malik. In the NOC issued for this car, the name of a person from Patiala, Kanwaljeet is recorded. Earlier this car was registered in the name of Past Kumar Ambesh, resident of Gallana Road, Agra. The great thing is that what was found from the terrorist, the number of Agra was put on it and not Patiala. It was registered in Patiala, but a new number was not put on the car.
Kanwaljit Singh said that his car is a sale-purchase business and he has a Mahindra showroom in Phase Seven, Industrial Area from Mohali. He sold the car to Ravindra, a car dealer in Kharar last year. When talking to car dealer Ravindra, he told that on 12 November 2020, he had sold the car to Jain Mohammed Teli, a resident of Saif, Anantnag. Both the mobile phone numbers recorded in Jain Mohammed handed over to Ravindra while purchasing the car are now running off.
Meanwhile, SSP Vikramjit Duggal of Patiala said that he has no input from the Jammu police so far regarding the said case. As soon as this is approached by the Jammu Police, legal action will be taken.