Pakistan dropped weapons and some cash in Indian currency using a drone in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district. On one side India is fighting off China and its illegal ventures and from the other side, Pakistan is making the situation difficult. Indeed, both of the neighbours of India don’t know anything about peace.
The issue was brought to light on Saturday by state Police Chief Dilbag Singh. He announced the arrest of three LeT terrorists who had picked up the consignment near the Line of Control (LAC). This was a major success for Mr Singh and his team which was achieved on Friday evening. This was the result of a well-coordinated joint operation by police and 38 Rashtriya Rifles in the Rajouri sector of the Jammu region.
Mr Singh, who was joined by senior police official Mukesh Singh told reports in Rajouri district that “All the three Lashker-e-Taiba terrorists were residents of Kashmir and had come to pick up the consignment, which was dropped by Pakistan on the side using a drone.” As said by Mukesh Singh this was the third successful operation in the twin districts of Rajouri and Poonch since 11th September.
Earlier, a huge consignments of arms and ammunition; were recovered from two people in Balakote sector of Poonch, three days later 11 kg of heroin worth Rs 11 crore; meant to fund terrorism activities, was seized in Rajouri district.
The DGP said, “Pakistan and its agencies always remain active and are making every effort to disturb peace and law and order in J&K. It is using drones to drop weapons and narcotics and also push terrorists from both Rajouri; and Poonch districts, which had witnessed a spurt in ceasefire violations – almost on a daily basis.”
He also assured that police, Army, and other forces are working together to scuttle Pakistan’s design; and to maintain peace and law and order in the Union Territory. Adding further he said “We are enjoying good operational synergy; and the latest arrest of three LeT terrorists and seizure of a huge cache of arms; and ammunition was its result. We received information about the movement of some suspicious people; and accordingly launched the cordon and search operation.”
As per her three people were seen moving with a bag and were challenged; but they hurled a grenade, which luckily did not explode and the trio was overpowered. After searching the bag they were carrying many items were recovered. It included two AK-56 rifles, two pistols, four grenades, and Rs 1 lakh in Indian currency; which had smuggled from Pakistan to encourage and escalate violence. Dilbag Singh said it came to light that the consignment was dropped on this side of the; LoC by Pakistan using the drone and the trio, who hail from Kashmir; had come to pick up the consignment.
He added, “Their interrogation is underway and further details will be shared later.”
In response to questions, he said “The people of Rajouri and Poonch are peace-loving; and they will not allow Pakistan to succeed in its design. There are some elements with whom we will deal sternly.”