“It was learnt that the accused were involved in creating content of the threatening posters issued by TRF.”
SRINAGAR ‚ÄĒ¬†Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested four alleged Over Ground Workers of The Resistance Front (TRF) militant outfit in Srinagar.
A police spokesperson identified the accused persons as Basharat Ahmed Pampori, Adil Shafi Bhat, Muzamil Fayaz Sofi and Adil Mushtaq Mir, all residents of capital Srinagar city.
He said that on the basis of reliable intelligence input, it was found that the “The Resistance Front” (TRF) is active in J&K and is being orchestrated by handlers based in Pakistan.
The spokesperson said that two active militants Basit Ahmed Dar, a resident of Redwani Kulgam, and Momin Gulzar, a resident of Eidgah Srinagar are using the network of over ground workers in the valley for ‚Äúsubversive activities‚ÄĚ. These militant associates are providing logistic support and are harbouring these militants in Kashmir valley, he said.
Police after registering a case vide FIR No. 10/2022 under relevant sections of law in Police Station Kothibagh began the investigation and four ‚Äúhardcore‚ÄĚ militant associates were arrested.
The spokesperson said that it was also learnt that these arrested ‚Äúmilitant associates‚ÄĚ were involved in creating content of the threatening posters issued by TRF. Through these posters they aimed to threaten government employees, Police, Armed Forces, elected PRls & non-local businessmen, he said.
Besides, aimed to cause disaffection against the state, it was also found that they had recently provided logistic support to three militants Momin Gulzar, Arif Ahmed Hazar, and one foreign militant by providing them shelter and also facilitated them in carrying out militant attacks in Srinagar city.
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