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    Major terror attack foiled in Delhi; 2 Jaish-e-Mohammed suspects arrested

    Officials are now interrogation the two suspected terrorists who were nabbed from Millennium Park in the Sarai Kale Khan of Central Delhi.

    Guwahati: The special cell of Delhi Police foiled a major terror attack as they arrested two suspected terrorist allegedly affiliated to the terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed with arms and ammunition in the national capital on Monday night.

    Officials are now interrogation the two suspected terrorists who were nabbed from Millennium Park in the Sarai Kale Khan of Central Delhi.

    According to officials, the suspects are identifies as Abdul Latif Mir and Mohammad Ashraf Khatana. Both are residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

    The police have recovered 2 semi-automatic pistols and 10 live cartridges from their possession.

    The two suspects have been identified as residents of Jammu and Kashmir Abdul Latif Mir (22), a resident of Pala Mohalla in Baramulla. And Ashraf Khatana (20) is a resident of Hat Mulla village in Kupwara.

    Meanwhile, the Delhi police has been actively carrying out operations at several other location in the national capital in connection with the arrest of the alleged Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist.

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