Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday apprehended one over-ground worker (OGW) suspected of being involved in narcoterrorism in Takia Baderkote, Kupwara district, and retrieved a consignment of guns and narcotics from across the border. According to the police, the apprehended suspect has been named as Adil Hussain. According to a news report, Hussain's possessions included two AK-47 guns, two AK magazines, and 208 AK bullets.
Faraz Ahmad Shah, purportedly the major source of arms to terrorists, had four pistols, five magazines, and one package of brownsugar-like substance discovered from his Padna Prara home.The police have issued a search warrant for Ahmed. "In a combined operation based on information that one guy, Adil Hussain, a hardcore OGW and narco-terrorist, has received a supply of guns and narcotics from across the border," Kupwara police said in a press release.
Hussain allegedly claimed that Faraz Ahmad Shah, a resident of Padna Prara, is the major supplier of firearms to terrorists during the inquiry, according to the police. "Faraz Ahmad Shah's home was also searched, and a recovery was made. Faraz, on the other hand, had already escaped from his home "They also added.