3 Persons Involved In Shopian Grenade Attack Case Arrested: Police

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Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir police on Tuesday said that it has arrested three persons involved in grenade attack on CRPF camp in South Kashmir's Shopian district.

In a statement, police said it has solved a grenade attack case (FIR number 22/2022 of PS Zainapora) and arrested accused persons involved in the  crime, besides recovered incriminating materials including arms & ammunition.

"During investigation of a grenade attack case (FIR number 22/2022 of PS Zainapora), Shopian police based on reliable sources picked up one suspect identified as Fazil-bin-Rashid son of Abdul Rashid Alai resident of Melhura. During questioning, he disclosed that he was working with one active terrorist namely Basit Ahmed linked with proscribed terror outfit LeT(TRF) of Frisal Kulgam and on his instructions, he threw a grenade on 19th of March 2022 at Babapora camp (D-Coy of CRPF 178 Bn), in which one CRPF Jawan namely Amit Kumar got injured He further disclosed that he lobbed the grenade as a task given by the said terrorist in order to join terrorist ranks, "the police statement said.

The police said during further questioning, he disclosed the name of another accused person identified as Qaiser Zahoor Khan son of Zahoor Ahmed Khan of Nowpora Safakadal, Srinagar. "On the disclosure of accused Qaiser Zahoor Khan, incriminating materials, arms & ammunition including 03 Chinese pistols, 06 magazines, 04 grenades & 30 rounds have been recovered, " the statement said.

The police said all the three accused persons involved in the terror crime have been arrested.

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