LeT guard nabbed, 4 associates manage to recoil

Vishal Sharma
In a major success today, Abdul Kayum a special security guard of Lashker-e-Toiba (LET) chief Hafiz Saeed was nabbed by the Border Security Force (BSF) during a failed infiltration attempt on the International Border (IB) in the Pargwal area of Ashore sector, this morning.
According to the reports Abdul Kayum along with his four associates reached near the Naka no 21 on the IB for infiltrating into this side of IB at wee hours. But when he touched the fencing for cutting wires, the mechanism fitted along the IB raised an alarm which alerted the troops besides obliged all of his associates to move back.
The BSF troops after hearing the alarm rushed to the Naka no 21 where the Abdul Kayum was lying struck in wires and was immediately arrested by the troopers. A mobile phone was recovered from his possession which was seized by the troopers.
Reports said that during the interrogation he revealed his identity as Abdul Kayum (30) resident of Sialkot, Pakistan. He according to the highly placed sources has worked as special security guard of the Hafiz Saeed for four years and was on a special mission to infiltrate four highly trained terrorists into the Indian Territory for targeting a BSF post.
Reports further said that Kayum himself is a highly trained terrorist which has undergone special trainings under the name and style “Daur-e-Aam and Daur-e-Khas” owing to which he was selected as a special security guard by LET chief.
Public Relation Officer (PRO) BSF, Jammu Manoj Yadav confirmed that Kayum is a highly trained terrorist and is being interrogated for more revelations. He said that he was arrested by the troops this morning from the IB while his associates succeeded in moving back. He added that his proper affiliation with the LET and motive behind cutting the fence will be ascertained after interrogation.

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