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A big conspiracy failed in Delhi before January 26

Delhi Police has recovered 2 hand grenades from a house in the Bhalswa Dairy area near Jahangirpuri in Delhi.

New Delhi: Before Republic Day, a big terrorist conspiracy was exposed in Delhi. Delhi Police has recovered 2 hand grenades from a house in the Bhalswa Dairy area near Jahangirpuri. These seizures have been made on the trail of a suspected Khalistani terrorist. Police had yesterday arrested two suspects Jagjit Singh and Naushad from Jahangirpuri. Naushad is associated with the terrorist organization Harkat-ul-Ansar, while Jagjit Singh was in contact with Khalistani terrorists sitting abroad.

Traces of blood were also found along with the hand grenade.

Explain that on the tip of both the suspects, the Special Cell has recovered a hand grenade from a house in Bhalswa Dairy, Delhi. Along with this, traces of blood were also found in the place from where the hand grenade was recovered. It is being told that both had sent the video to their master after carrying out a murder case. The FSL team is examining the bloodstain.

Grenades found at the instance of Jagga and Naushad

Jagjit Singh alias Jagga (29) and Naushad were arrested on Thursday by the Special Cell of Delhi Police on charges of having links with terrorist organizations and involvement in heinous crimes. Delhi Police spokesperson Suman Nalwa said the accused were produced before a court on Friday, which sent them to 14-day police custody. "Following the revelations made during the investigation, the two accused took the police team to their rented accommodation at Shraddhanand Colony, Bhalswa Dairy, from where two hand grenades were recovered," Nalwa said. Forensic Science Laboratory) team also found traces of human blood.

Suspects used to get commands from abroad

Police had said that three pistols and 22 cartridges were recovered from the accused. It had said that Jagga was suspected to have links with a Khalistani terrorist living in Canada. Police had told that Naushad is associated with the terrorist organization 'Harkat ul-Ansar'. Jagjit is a member of the infamous 'Bambiha' gang and has received instructions from anti-national elements abroad. Police had said that he had absconded after being released on parole in a murder case in Uttarakhand.


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