ATS thwarts the terrorist plot; Two terrorists arrested in UP


  • UP Etis thwarts a massive terrorist plot
  • Two terrorists arrested in UP
  • Two terrorists arrested in Kolkata

New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) has arrested two people who were planning a major terrorist attack in Uttar Pradesh. UP police ADG Prashant Kumar said two people were arrested for planning an attack in Lucknow. Al-Qaeda operatives Minhaus Ahmed and Nasiruddin were arrested.

According to the police, the group planned to carry out explosions in various parts of Uttar Pradesh. According to the police, they are members of the terrorist group Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH) affiliated with Al Qaeda.

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The ATS terrorists were captured in a house in the Dabbaga area of ​​Kakori. The two were reportedly arrested following a search made on the basis of confidential information. The police officer said explosives and weapons were seized during the raid.

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Meanwhile, three suspected terrorists have been arrested in Kolkata. They were captured in southern Kolkata by the Special Task Force (STF) of the Kolkata Police. According to the Calcutta police, the suspects had planned the explosions in different parts of the city.

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Police say all three are members of the militant group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB). The PTI quoted the official as saying that a detailed investigation would be conducted into the incident and the three would be questioned.

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