Jammu : Three each Improvised Explosive Devices ( IEDs ) and sticky bombs part of a consignment dropped by drones from across the border, were recovered on Saturday in Kathua, a senior police officer said.
The recovery was made on the disclosure of a Jaish – e – Mohammad ( JeM ) terrorist, who was arrested from Kathua on Oc tober 2, Additional Director General of Police, Jammu zone, Mukesh Singh said.
According to police, the terrorist Zakir Hussain Bhat alias Umar Farooq of Billa war village was in multiple contacts with JeM operating from Pakistan through different social media apps and had received a consignment of IEDs and sticky bombs to carry out attacks in the Jammu region.
” He was earlier convicted in a case and was lodged in Kot Bhalwal jail for 14 years and was released in 2019. He had developed relations with JeM terrorist Fareed who had returned to his country, Pakistan after serving his jail term in J & K, ” the police said.
He was planning to revive old terrorist activities in his area by roping in other old terrorists at the behest of Pakistan – based commanders, they added.