Two Pakistani-trained jihadists arrested by Delhi police

Two Pakistani-trained jihadists arrested by Delhi police.

Delhi police captured two Pakistani-trained terrorists. The arrests have sparked outrage in the security community since it established the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

In a statement Tuesday, Delhi Police said the activities of the Special Cell officers had exposed the curtain of the Pakistan-backed ‘terror module’ or militant wing.

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Meanwhile, six militants from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan have been arrested. Promod Kushwaha, DCP of the Delhi Police Special Cell, said firearms and ammunition were recovered from the suspects.

Police arrested a total of six terrorists, including two militants trained in Pakistan. According to sources, the militants may have joined the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.

However, the militants had planned to blow up various locations in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on Diwali and Navratri.

Indian intelligence agencies fear that Pakistan will use the Taliban to increase militant activity in Jammu and Kashmir.

The jihadist group Al Qaeda has congratulated the Taliban on their recent victory in Afghanistan.

Not only that, but the jihadist group also called on the Taliban to step forward to liberate Kashmir from the “enemies of Islam.”

As a result, the Taliban’s promise to sever ties with Al Qaeda in the Doha Peace Accords is false. It was a plot to deceive the United States.

Meanwhile, New Delhi is reluctant to maintain a security breach in the tense situation in Afghanistan.

The army has been ordered to be on high alert along the Line of Control.

A few days ago, General Bipin Rawat, Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army, said India was ready to face all enemies.

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