Delhi Police last week arrested two terror suspects, and a hunt for four more suspects is underway in the national capital.
Ahead of Republic Day, through the drop-dead method, the terror suspects received weapons from Pakistan, and through a social media app, they were in contact with the other side of the border.
According to the Delhi Police Special Cell sources, “Delhi Police looking for 4 other suspects. They received weapons from Pakistan through the drop-dead method and were in contact with handlers in Pakistan on the Signal app. They got weapons at an unidentified location in Uttarakhand, which is being verified.”
Earlier, from the Jahangirpuri area in Delhi, two terrorists were arrested, and they were supposed to carry out targeted attacks in various states.
“Their handlers sitting at the border sent instructions on the Signal app, after which they shared the location of the bag full of weapons through Google Maps. About 8 people are involved in this module of terrorists out of which 4 can still be present in India only. 2 terrorists were used to provide weapons, and 2 were used to send the Google location of the weapons to their bosses by keeping the weapons at a particular location,” sources said.
However, two suspects who were arrested have been identified as Jagjit Singh (29) and Naushad (56) and have been sent to police remand for 14 days.