New Delhi: A day after 4 Punjab-based terror suspects on their solution to Telangana have been detained in Haryana’s Karnal with big cache of explosives, the Ambala Police has joined the Karnal Police in investigating the case. The 4 accused Gurpreet, Amandeep, Parminder, and Bhupinder have been arrested based mostly on credible intelligence inputs obtained by the police. The ¬†Ambala Police has joined the probe with a purpose to set up any hyperlink with an IED recovered in Ambala a number of months in the past.

Whereas chatting with the media, Superintendent of Police, Ambala, Jahandeep Randhawa mentioned, “We received the knowledge that 4 terror suspects have been arrested in Karnal. An IED was recovered in Ambala a number of months in the past, so we’re coordinating with Karnal Police and can perform additional investigation,” reported information company ANI.

All of the 4 detained terror suspects are from Punjab and have been produced earlier than a neighborhood court docket from the CIA police station in Karnal.

This not the primary incident of IED being recovered in Ambala or from its adjoining cities. In March this 12 months, the native police had recovered one IED exterior a personal college on the Ambala-Chandigarh freeway, which was later defused by a bomb disposal squad.

In response to the Superintendent of Police, Karnal, the accused have been in contact with a Pakistan-based man who requested them to drop arms and ammunition at Adilabad, Telangana.

“On credible intelligence enter, 4 terror suspects together with three belonging to Ferozepur, and one from Ludhiana detained close to Bastara toll plaza. Explosives have been recovered from them together with different arms and ammunition. Accused recognized as Gurpreet, Amandeep Parminder, and Bhupinder,” mentioned SP Karnal, as reported by ANI.

In the meantime, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has mentioned that it’s nonetheless not clear whether or not the 4 detained by Karnal police on Thursday have been terrorists or simply appearing as assist of terror organisations to move explosives from one place to a different.

 



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