Terrorist conspiracy fails again in Kashmir, IED found in Bandipora destroyed by security forces


Srinagar . Once again in Jammu and Kashmir, the security forces have foiled the terrorist plans. Security forces found an IED in Ahstingo area near Bandipora Road. It is being told that to target the security forces, the terrorists had planted this IED explosive, so that when Indian soldiers passed through this route, they could be detonated.
However, the promptness of the security forces foiled the plans of the terrorists and the IED was detected. As soon as the security forces came to know about the IED explosive, the Bomb Disposal Squad was immediately called to defuse the IED and destroy it completely. Subsequently, the Bomb Disposal Squad defused the IED found near the Bandipora-Sopore road between Badiyara and Kanbathi villages in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.
This is not the first time that terrorists have planted an IED, but even before this, these terrorists have done so many times to target the security forces. On Thursday, security forces in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir had recovered three IED explosives kept in a bag in the forest. In this way, the security forces foiled the plans of a possible explosion of terrorists.
According to officials, pictures of three bridges were also found in the bag besides explosives, which made it appear that these bridges were the target of the terrorists who had left the bag. He said that a joint search team of Army and Police recovered this bag from Bashra-Dharam forests of Sangaldan in Gool sub-division late on Wednesday night. Six packets of explosives, 49 live cartridges, one safety fuse each, battery and detonator and 20 meter long power cord were recovered.
Earlier on October 8, three IEDs and sticky bombs were recovered in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir. The recovery was made after the Jammu region’s Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh had revealed that a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist was arrested from Kathua on October 2. According to the police, Bilawar village terrorist Zakir Hussain Bhat alias Umar Farooq was in touch with Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed through various social media apps and used IEDs and sticky (paste) to attack him in the Jammu region. A consignment of bombs was found.
Anirudh, EMS, 15 October 2022