- " He was treated in the local army establishment and has since been transferred to Army hospital Rajouri," the officer said, adding that "the injured was responding (positively) to the treatment."
- The SSP claimed that an investigation would be conducted later, which would include questioning of the infiltrator
On the line of control in Nowshera’s Sehar Makri neighbourhood, an intruder who was allegedly planning a suicide attack was shot at and caught by Indian Army forces. After originally observing him engaging in suspicious behaviour, army forces engaged the invader, later identified as Tabarak Husain (26), in the Sehar Makri locality of town Nowshera in the Rajouri district of Jammu.
According to Rajouri district police, the infiltrator attempted to flee from army personnel but was shot at and arrested in an injured state. According to them, the intruder was immediately brought to a local army facility for first aid before being moved to Army Hospital Rajouri for further treatment.
According to a police official, he is responding well to treatment, and the incursion will be examined and the culprit questioned as a result. This was his second run-in with the law when crossing the Line of Control (LOC).
Officials indicated that nothing incriminating was discovered in his hands and that only a conversation with him would reveal why he attempted to join our side illegally.
“Tabarak Husain’s pubic hairs and armpits are shaved, which is typically done by terrorists for a suicide assault, as observed in the past,” a police officer stated.
According to Rajouri Senior Superintendent of Police Mohammad Aslam, Army forces manning the LoC in the Sehar Makri region of the Nowshera sector spotted suspicious activity of the infiltrator who was confronted but fled.
“As a result of this, the intruder was fired upon and then intercepted in an injured state.” He was treated in the local army establishment and has since been transferred to Army hospital Rajouri,” the officer said, adding that “the injured was responding (positively) to the treatment.”
The SSP claimed that an investigation would be conducted later, which would include questioning of the infiltrator. According to official authorities, the intruder was 32-year-old Tabariq Hussain, a citizen of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).