Maqsudan PS blasts case: Two kashmiri militants sent on 4 day police remand
Two Kashmiri youth arrested in the Maqsudan Police Station blasts case were presented before the Duty Magistrate on Thursday. Duty magistrate sent two Kashmiri militants on four-day police remand.
The Punjab Police on Monday solved the Maqsudan Police Station hand-grenade blasts case of September 14 with the arrest of two college students associated with Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH), a Kashmir-based terrorist outfit.
The outfit is headed by Zakir Rashid Bhatt@ Zakir Mussa, who masterminded and guided the attacks, involving Shahid Qayoom (22) and Fazil Bashir (23), students of ST Soldier College of Engineering and Technology, Jalandhar.
On September 14, at around 4.30 pm, the four conspirators took the grenades and left for the Police Station at around 5.30 pm. They sported face masks to avoid detection. They decided to meet at Jalandhar Bus stand after throwing the grenades at the Police Station.
Around 7.40 pm, they hurled four grenades at the police station and fled from the spot. After the blasts, Rouf, Gaji and Fazil reached the bus stand via DAV College, Patel Chowk, route while Shahid reached there by taking Jalandhar Bypass route. A little later, Rouf and Gazi boarded a bus for J&K from Jammu Counter and fled Jalandhar city.