It has come to light that the details furnished on e-commerce website Amazon have helped NIA arrest two youngsters involved in the dastardly Pulwama attack
Bengaluru: Pulwama attack on our Indian soldiers last year left more than 40 martyred.
A little later, India carried out the Balakot airstrikes to avenge the attack, killing 350 terrorists.
However, though the attack has been befittingly avenged, the investigations into the case are still going on.
News has now emerged that two youngsters - Waiz-ul-Islam (19) and Mohammad Abbass Rather (32) hailing from Srinagar were arrested by the NIA in connexion with the case.
And the details of how they were arrested will leave you shocked!
One of the two arrested Islam had procured ingredients to make improvised explosive device on e-commerce website Amazon. For this purpose, he had keyed in his address. It was this address that came in handy for the arrest of the accused as provided by the Amazon.
What’s more appalling is that Islam had personally delivered these ingredients to JeM terrorists.
A popular website added that Rather is an over-ground worker of the JeM who had given shelter at his home to JeM terrorist and IED specialist Mohammad Umar in April-May of 2018.
More on Pulwama attack:
The unforgettable, dastardly and blood-curdling attack on Indian soldiers in Pulwama, also known as Pulwama attack took place on February 14.
While the whole nation was engrossed in the celebrations of Valentine’s Day, the news of more than 40 Indian soldiers martyred came in as something literally indigestible and unacceptable.
The whole of India erupted with anger and indignation. Every Indian wanted revenge, for they did not want the sacrifices of soldiers go a waste.
A suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar, belonging to Pulwama district, also a member of Jaish-e-Mohammed drove his vehicle into a convoy of vehicles carrying our soldiers, killing tens of them on the spot.
As the Indian soldiers were martyred, many countries, including the US expressed their support.
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Last Updated 7, Mar 2020, 10:45 AM