Pak terrorists gunned down in Noida
Noida: Just a day before Republic Day, Noida Police said that they have foiled a major terror plot by killing two alleged Pakistani terrorists. The terrorists were gunned down by Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) in Sector 97 of Noida.
The two are suspected to be terrorists and have been identified as Ali Ahmed resident of Rawalkot and Abu Ismail resident of Okara - both in Pakistan.
"One of the terrorists, while being taken to hospital identified himself as Farooq, a resident of Okara in Pakistan, and his companion as Abu Ismail from Rawalakot (POK)," UP Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Brij Lal told a press conference in Lucknow.
Senior Superintendent of Police Navin Arora said that they had information that some persons were on their way from Ghaziabad near Lal Kuan in Maruti Van carrying arms and ammunitions on way to Delhi.
Lal said that the ATS team had been working for the past one month on a terrorist module and around midnight last night, it got the information that the two persons, equipped with AK-47 rifles, in a white Maruti car were trying to enter Delhi from Lalkuan in Ghaziabad.
These suspected terrorists were also carrying arms and amunitions with them.
Two AK-47 assault rifles, four magazines, 120 rounds of ammunition, five hand-grenades, nine suspected RDX rods, detonators, a Pakistani passport and Rs 18,000 were recovered from the terrorists, confirms Lal .
The passport recovered from Farooq bears the name Ali Ahmed, resident of Rahimyaar Khan in Pakistan, the ADGP said, adding some documents like identity cards and diaries were also recovered from them.