Two alleged Pakistani militants have been killed through safety forces in Sopore, in northern Kashmir on Thursday. The police mentioned the 2 males belonged to the Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit and that Aadhaar playing cards have been recovered from them, which will have been used to hide their identities in India.
“From the incriminating subject material recovered from the come upon web site, the killed terrorists were known as foreigners particularly Ali alias Athar and Zia-ur-Rehman,” the police mentioned, in line with The Indian Express.
The document added that police mentioned Ali was once a best Jaish commander and the mastermind in the back of an IED blast in Sopore in January, that killed 4 policemen. Alternatively, in line with the Aadhaar playing cards recovered, the 2 have been known as citizens of Kupwara, named Sahil Ahmad Dar and Mohd Yaseen. The document added that police are looking to confirm how the Aadhaar playing cards have been procured.
After the come upon, there was once an web blackout in Sopore as a “precautionary measure”, Kashmir Images mentioned in its document.
This isn’t the primary time safety forces have recovered Aadhaar playing cards from alleged Pakistani militants. In 2016, the military arrested an alleged terrorist from the Jaish-e-Mohammed, and recovered an Aadhaar card from him, in line with reports.
“He advised us that he took coaching at Balakote coaching camp in Pakistan beneath ISI’s steerage for three-four months. Then in January he infiltrated into India at the side of his 4 partners,” Primary Normal JS Nain, the Normal officer Commanding on the time, mentioned.
The Aadhaar card recovered on the time was once beneath the identify Shabir Ahmad Khan, however the military known him as Abdul Rehman, a resident of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Primary Normal Nain added that except Rehman, 4 different alleged terrorists have been additionally given an Aadhaar card every once they entered the Kashmir valley.