Second Pakistani Terrorist Caught After Encounter in North Kashmir

A Pakistani terrorist has been caught alive by the army and the police after a long encounter in North Kashmir. The terrorist has been identified as 22-year-old Sajjad Ahmed, who belongs to Muzaffar Gar Baloch on Pakistan.

Security forces are questioning the terrorist, who entered India through the Uri sector, along with three more persons.

The group was intercepted in Uri, but they managed to escape. They were spotted again last evening and three were killed during a 20-hour long encounter in Baramulla district.

The captured terrorist is being questioned in a forest area and is likely to be brought to Srinagar.

This is the second such capture after Mohammad Naveed was caught earlier this month after an attack on a paramilitary convoy in Udhampur.

Naveed has revealed crucial details to investigators, including that he was trained in camps run by the terror group Lashkar e-Taiba in Kashmir.