Arrested Pakistani terrorist from Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit Abdul Rehman had Aadhar card, says police
India:Shocking revelations about the security breach has concerned the Indian investigative agencies, as Pakistani militant belonging to the banned Jaish-e-Mohammad organisation arrested by Jammu and Kashmir police on Saturday, when the probing officers found out that the terrorist had managed to get an Aadhaar card and was living in country with the help of fake identity.
The police on Saturday had arrested Abdul Rehman from Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir from Kashmir’s Baramulla and have found out that he was carrying an Aadhar card. Though the matter is still under investigation, it is giving sweat to probing team how Rehman got an Aadhar card in India. Speaking to the media on Saturday, a senior police officer had said, “The card is computer made, we are trying to ascertain whether it was a fake card or the militant had managed to get an original one from authorities.”
According to the police statement, the militant was arrested from Hajibal in the upper reaches of Baramulla town and was part of the Fidayeen squad of JeM. Providing more information about Rehman, police said, ““The militant is part of a Fidayeen squad that had infiltrated in the month of January this year from Kupwara sector. Rehman was trained in Jaish-e-Mohammad training camp located in Balakot Pakistan.” It has also been revealed that Rehman was working in North Kashmir under the name of Shabir Ahmad Khan and had used the name of Ghulam Rasool Khan, as his father in the Aadhar Card.
It can also be stated that he was trained by Saad and Shahid, alias Sidiq Gujjar and was planning to set up a base camp of JeM in the area. Arrested by a joint team of Jammu and Kashmir police and Army 46RR, the terrorist is being questioned. Teh police have also recovered one AK series rifle, 4 grenades, a wireless set and other arms and ammunition during the operation.http://www.people24x7.org/arrested-pakistani-terrorist-from-jaish-e-mohammad-outfit-abdul-rehman-had-aadhar-card-says-police/HOT NEWS