New Delhi/Nagpur: The Delhi Police has cracked down on a suspected terror module, arresting at least 12 people, of which eight are from Delhi and four from Uttar Pradesh. According to CNN-News18 that a special cell of Delhi Police targeted a homegrown network of Jaish-e-Mohammad.
The 12 arrested are being questioned, following recovery of IEDs from some of them. According to sources, the terror module aimed at attacking sensitive places and major installations in the capital.
The crackdown by the Delhi Police began late Tuesday night with five teams conducting raids in Uttar Pradesh and seven in Delhi.
As of now, as many as 12 teams of the Delhi Police Special Cell are conducting raids in several parts of the national capital.
The suspects were picked up from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh and Inderpuri in Delhi.