Baramulla/Kupwara 17 November (KNB): The family members of two Kashmiri youth arrested by police in Delhi rejects the charges leveled against the duo stating that their kins have no links with any militant outfits.
Earlier, according to Delhi Police officials, a trap was laid near Millennium Park in Sarai Kale Khan around 10.15 pm on Monday night.
“Two suspected militants who are residents of J&K have been apprehended along with 2 semi-automatic pistols and 10 live cartridges,” police officials said.
The Family members of two Kashmiri youth rejected the claims made by Delhi police’s special cell and said that their wards have nothing to do with the militancy and are innocent.
Bashir Ahmad Khatana, father of Muhammad Ashraf (20 years old), one of the arrested youth, refuted the charges leveled against his son and said that his son has no militancy links.
He added that Ashraf had travelled to Delhi to purchase clothes and other things, for his marriage that was fixed on 11th and 12th of November.
The family members of second arrested youth, Abdul Latif (22 years old) said that the arrest was a shocker to the whole family.
Sanaullah Mir, father of Abdul Latif said that his son had travelled to Delhi on 4th November along with his friend (Ashraf), and when the news of his arrest broke out, whole family went in to a state of shock.
He added that his son is a Hafiz-e-Quran (Completely memorised the Quran) and has no such militant links as claimed by the police.
Further the family members of the duo appealed the Jammu and Kashmir LG, Manoj Sinha, and Director General of Police, Dilbagh Singh and sought their intervention into the arrest of their sons and demanded their early release. (KNB)