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Jammu and Kashmir has recovered Perfume IED.
Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh said on Thursday that a perfume IED was used in the January 21 IED blast in Narwal. He said that for the first time we have recovered perfume IED from a blast. A terrorist named Arif involved in this blast has already been arrested. Terrorist Arif is a resident of Reasi. Was associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba handlers across the border for the last 3 years.
The DGP said that on January 20 two were kept. On January 21, two blasts were carried out within 20 minutes to kill as many people as possible. Nine people were injured in the IED blast. Terrorist Arif is responsible for many recent terrorist incidents.
Jammu and Kashmir Police has recovered Perfume IED for the first time.
Perfume IED explodes when pressed and opened
The DGP said that the perfume IED is just like a perfume bottle. If someone tries to press or open it, the IED will explode. This type of IED has been found for the first time, so we have become very cautious. Now our special team will handle that IED.
DGP Dilbag Singh told that terrorist Arif is connected to Lashkar.
Arif was appointed as a teacher in 2016
DGP told that terrorist Arif is a teacher of a government school. The DGP claimed that he had also done the blast in the Katra bus. According to the police, Arif was appointed as a teacher in 2016. His maternal uncle is in Pakistan. Arif had received a supply of three IEDs in late December, which were sent from Pakistan via drone. He also used two IEDs in Marwal area.
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