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Two suspected terrorists arrested in Delhi

In the national capital of the country, special cell of Delhi Police has arrested two suspected terrorists. The special cell has arrested both these terrorists on Monday night. 

The police is interrogating them. It is being said that these two were preparing to unearth any major terrorist attack in the national capital. 

The arrested militants have been identified as Abdul Latif and Ashraf Khatana. Both are said to be residents of Baramulla and Kupwara districts of Kashmir.

According to the information, on the basis of secret information, the Delhi Police Special has arrested both these terrorists from the Millennium Park near Sarai Kalekhon. 

Delhi Police has also recovered 2 semi automatic pistols and 10 live cartridges from them.

Earlier in the month of August, a suspected terrorist was caught in Encounter in Dhaulakuan area of ​​the capital Delhi. 

According to police, the suspect is named Abu Yusuf and was related to the terrorist organization Islamic State (ISIS) . 

The Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested terrorist after an encounter near Ridge Road connecting Dhaulakuan to Karol Bagh. Two IEDs and a pistol were recovered from it.

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Delhi Police said that ISIS terrorist was riding on a bike. This terrorist had 15 kg of explosives. 

However, the police said that an IED made of pressure cooker has been recovered from him. In fact, the Special Cell of Delhi Police was informed that a terrorist has entered the capital with the intention of spreading terror. 

On the basis of information, the police team tried to apprehend the suspect near Dhaulakuan, then he started firing. The terrorist was arrested after the firing from both sides. 

According to DCP Pramod Kushwaha of Special Cell, the suspected terrorist caught is associated with the Islamic State.

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