Islamabad, July 14 (ANI): Pakistani Police has arrested two high valued terrorists and foiled their attempts to carry out violent activities in Islamabad.
On the basis of an intelligence report, Islamabad Capital Territory Police arrested two terrorists belonging to banned al-Qaeda, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Baitullah Mehsud, Mahmood Agency and Buner Group.
According to a press statement, 34-year-old Muhammad Owais and 30-year-old Ubaidullah belonged to the terrorist group 'Ghazi Force' and also had links with terrorists in Miran Shah and Batgram.
The two are accused of recruiting young men to fight against the government from Islamabad and Pakistan Occupied Kasmir for training at terrorist camps.
Both accused are well trained and are experts in using the latest weapons. They have also got the training of preparing bombs from training camps of Taliban in Miran Shah and Batgram.
Muhammad Owais has also received navigation training. He was a student of electronic course and was working with the Taliban as a communication expert. He used to trap communication of police and security forces and scan the conversation on mobile phones.
These accused were also involved in the explosions at Special Bracnh on April 23, 2009 and camp of FC at sector F-7/2 on May 4, 2009 which resulted the loss of several precious lives of the cops.
Meanwhile, Pakistani security forces' have also arrested 13 al Qaeda terrorists en route to Punjab via bus from Dera Murad Jamali in Balochistan, a private TV channel reported. (ANI)