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Once again, the capital was saved from terrorist attacks. The special cell of the Delhi Police foiled a major sabotage operation. The Delhi Police arrested the two jaish-e-mohammed terrorists from Millennium Park on Monday night. Both are also known to be residents of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, a trap was set near Millennium Park at Sarai Kale khan around 10:15 pm on Monday. It is learned that two suspected terrorists hid there. Both were also known to be residents of Jammu and Kashmir. Both have been identified. Sanaullah Mir, 22, of Baramulla district and Mohammad Ashraf Khana, 20, of Kupwara district.
In early October, a special cell of the Delhi Police foiled a major sabotage operation and arrested four Kashmiri militants from the capital’s Ring Road in a special operation. Firearms and one hundred and twenty rounds of ammunition were found. Police claimed that they had taken refuge in Delhi a few days ago after planning a major attack in the capital. He planned to attack different places in the capital. Isfaq Majid Koka is one of the HR hardliners.
Grandfather of militant Burhan Kokar killed in Kashmir. Burhan Koka was the former head of Ansar Gazwat ul Hind. Gazwat ul Hind is a branch of al-Qaeda in Jammu and Kashmir. The other three are Altaf Ahmed Dar, Mushtaq Ahmed Gani and Akib Shafi. The police chief said that a trap was set for IT and it based on the news of the source. Seeing the four together on the ring road, the police retreated. The car lost control and ran into a tree on the side of the road. After that the militants could not escape.