Two cops arrested for providing ammunition to terrorists

Two Jammu and Kashmir police constables were arrested today for allegedly supplying ammunition to the Hizbul Mujahideen, busting an “unholy nexus” between the militant group and the police, a top official said.
Constables Shabir Ahmad Malik and Nazir Ahmed Najar had allegedly supplied nearly 40 rounds of ammunition for the AK series of rifles to overground workers of the Hizbul Mujahideen militant group in south and central Kashmir, police said.
They were arrested along with two rifles, one pistol, one hand grenade 12 AK magazines and 75 rounds were recovered from the scene of the encounter.
General officer Commanding of the Chinar Corps of the Army Lt General J S Sandhu led officers and other ranks in paying tribute to the slain IAF men.
“Chinar Corps Commander and all ranks salute the supreme sacrifice of India Air Force Garud martyrs of Hajin operation,” an Army official said.
A wreath laying ceremony was held at Badamibagh headquarters of the Army here for the soldiers.
Senior officers from the Army, police and IAF were present at the ceremony.