Delhi: Delhi police arrested two more terrorists, both of them made many sensational revelations – Delhi police arrested two more terrorists

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Delhi Police has another great success. The special cell has arrested two more terrorists after the arrest of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and terrorist Arshdeep alias Ladda who supported terrorists Jagjit Singh and Naushad. The arrested terrorists have been identified as Jagbir alias Jagga and Gurupreet, residents of Gurdaspur, Punjab. Both are cousins. They plotted a terrorist incident in Punjab.

A Punjab politician was also on his target. Delhi Police took both terrorists to court. The court has taken both into pre-trial detention for 14 days. Delhi Police is keeping this whole mission to arrest terrorists a secret. Police officers in Delhi say nothing about this matter.

A senior Delhi police officer said on condition of anonymity that Punjab Police has arrested Gurvinder Singh alias Baba alias Raja and his two accomplices Sandeep Singh alias Kala and Gurpreet Singh alias Randhawa on charges of killing Shaurya Chakra winner Balwinder Singh alias Sandhu . on 9th August 2022. RDX-IED, hand grenade, Rs 26.90 lakh, 635 grams of heroin and weapons were taken from their possession.

Gurvinder is Sukhbhikhari Wala and Harry is Chhata’s partner. Following this, Punjab Police registered a case under the Anti-Terrorism (Prevention) Act (UAPA) at Sultanpur Lodi Police Station in August 2022. The police were looking for Gurwinder’s accomplices Jagbir and Gurpreet. The Special Cell counterintelligence force arrested them both from Delhi last week.

The arrested terrorists told during the interrogation that they are planning to commit a major terrorist incident in Punjab on August 15, 2022. When the Punjab Police failed this mission, they were given another task. They were asked to commit terrorist incidents in Delhi and Punjab. He was also asked to target a politician in Punjab. The accused told that the RDX-IED and hand grenade captured in Punjab were sent to Punjab via drones from Pakistan.

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