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Suspected JeM member held

The police received an information on Friday evening from J&K military intelligence and Punjab Police that a suspected militant of JeM was passing through Ambala in an apple-laden truck going towards Delhi, the SP said.

By: Express News Service | Ambala |
September 29, 2019 2:29:34 am
kidnapping cases in mumbai, child kidnapped from hospital, child kidnaps another child, mumbai city news The man has been identified as Mohammad Ismail, a resident of Jammu and Kashmir, Ambala SP Abhishek Jorwal said.(Representational Image)

A suspected member of the Jaish-e-Mohammad group has been arrested from a truck on the National Highway at Ambala Cantonment area here, police said Saturday.

The man has been identified as Mohammad Ismail, a resident of Jammu and Kashmir, Ambala SP Abhishek Jorwal said.

The police received an information on Friday evening from J&K military intelligence and Punjab Police that a suspected militant of JeM was passing through Ambala in an apple-laden truck going towards Delhi, the SP said. The police set up a ‘naka’ on Ambala-Delhi National Highway and stopped a truck. They found a man sitting in the truck who could not give his identity proof, which arose suspicion, they said.

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