New Delhi: Two suspected operatives of a jihadi organisation, who were allegedly planning to carry out attacks in the national capital during Christmas and New Year were detained by the Special Cell of Delhi Police.
The two suspected operatives are believed to be natives of Sambhal district in Uttar Pradesh. While their names have not been revealed, it is said that the two were under the Special Cell’s scanner.
With their arrest search operations are being held in places across UP, tracking down other accomplices of the two.
It is believed that the two had crossed border and attended training camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan of the LeT.
Earlier this month, the Special Cell had registered a case in connection with the presence of two suspected LeT operatives who allegedly infiltrated from PoK and were seen in the national capital, where they are allegedly hatching plans to target high profile individuals.