Narco-terror module busted in J&K

SRINAGAR Jammu and Kashmir Police have busted a Pakistan-sponsored narcoterror module in Handwara and arrested three Laskhar-e-Taiba militant associates. 

Police said three associates were arrested a 21kilos of heroine worth Rs 100 crore and Rs 1.24 crore of currency. 

They conducted the raid based on intelligence received. 

Sources told Mirror that the police constituted a special investigating team to trace the module. 

“All the three Lashkar associates were in touch with Pakistan and their main aim was to strengthen the Lashkar roots in Kashmir besides supplying drugs across Kashmir,” he added The official identified the arrested persons as Iftikhar Indrabi, Abdul Moomin Peer and Islam ul Haq from Handwara. 

He said several people involved in the racket are absconding and will be arrested soon. 

“These consignments are received by handlers including over ground workers who sell it in other parts of the country and distribute the money to promote militant activities,” he said while adding that the drug supply was traced to Punjab.


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