10 Involved In J&K Army Camp Attack Arrested
12 October 2003
The Asian Age
Jammu: In a major breakthrough, police on Sunday arrested 10 people involved in the September 4 suicide attack on Kamsar army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, which had left three persons killed and nine injured, bursting a Lashker-e-Taiba module. Working on the leads, a police team led by Deputy Superintendent of Police (Headquarters) Nasi Ahmed arrested two over-ground workers of the module, which had helped the two-member LeT suicide squad to carry out the attack on the army camp, Senior Superintendent of Police Mukesh Singh said in Jammu. On interrogation, Arfan Joo and Ahmed Din alias AD revealed the identity of the other eight members of the full- fledged module working directly under the command of the LeT commander for Poonch Ashan Elahie, he said, adding all of them were subsequently arrested.