Terrorist attack ahead of Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir – Reuters

New Delhi- The Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba is behind the two recent bomb attacks in Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir. The blast took place ahead of a visit by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. According to the police, the explosion was carried out to show that nothing was going well in Jammu and Kashmir before the visit of the Home Minister. Amit Shah’s visit was monitored by a terrorist organization. Jammu and Kashmir Police Director General Dilbagh Singh said the case came to light after a terrorist was arrested in three days. Amit Shah is visiting this region from October 4. Responding to questions about the visit, Dilbagh Singh said: “The terrorists across the border and their leaders are trying to show that all is not well here. Whenever there is a visit from an adult, the terrorists prepare to attack; But they can never stop VIP Yatra or such tours. There are still terrorists here and our operation continues. According to information given by the Director General of Police, the name of the arrested terrorist is Mohammad Aslam Sheikh. He confessed to placing IEDs in two buses at Ramnagar bus station on September 28 around 3 p.m. He did so on the orders of Pakistani manager Mohammad Amin Bhat alias Khubib. “Pakistan and its agencies are talking about peace in the valley but constant unrest but now day by day things are improving and the situation is improving,” Dilbagh Singh told reporters. Dilbagh Singh further stated that Mohammad Amin Bhat was behind these bombings in Udhampur. He is based in Pakistan, he contacted a terrorist by the name of Aslam Sheikh via social media and was provided with 3 sticky bombs and 4 drone improvised explosive devices. He also informed that the same bomb was planted by Aslam Sheikh in two buses and caused the explosion. On the other hand, security was tightened in Jammu and Kashmir during the visit of Interior Minister Amit Shah. Security forces monitor movements in border areas to ensure that no untoward incidents take place.

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