With the help of Pakistani handlers, an attempt was made to include 5 people including 2 minors in the terrorist organization.

Jammu And Kashmir: A senior police officer said on Tuesday that security forces have busted a terrorist recruitment gang run by Pakistani terrorists through social media in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir. Senior Superintendent of Police Amod Nagpure told the media in Pattan, 30 km from here, "Five youths, including two teenagers, were rescued from the clutches of militancy in Pattan area of ​​Baramulla district."

Terrorists were being lured by social media

Superintendent of Police Nagpure said, all were interrogated and their parents were handed over to them. He said that the police and the army have busted the (terrorist) gang in which Pakistani handlers were trying to lure youths through social media to join terrorist organizations and take action against the Indian government.

Frequent questioning with the help of parents

The officer said, "According to the information received from reliable sources, it has been learned that some youths are being seduced by the terrorist masters of Pakistan to join terrorist organizations." They told, "The security forces first traced these youths and with the help of their parents, they were interrogated continuously. It was revealed from their revelations that these youths were in contact with terrorist operators in Pakistan through social media to get recruited in terrorist organizations."

Superintendent of Police Amod Nagpure told that the terrorist mastermind was trying to radicalize him. They told, "All these teenagers have been handed over to their parents after proper questioning." Nagpure told that the security forces are firm in their resolve to thwart the nefarious designs of the enemy. Parents should also keep an eye on the activities of their children and cooperate with the police.

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