Pakistan dropped weapons and some money in Indian cash utilizing an automaton. (Representational)

Jammu: Pakistan dropped weapons and some money in Indian cash utilizing an automaton in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri region, state police boss Dilbag Singh on Saturday stated, declaring the capture of three LeT fear mongers who had gotten the transfer close to the Line of Control.

Mr Singh said the significant achievement was accomplished on Friday evening, following a very much planned joint activity by police and 38 Rashtriya Rifles in Rajouri segment of Jammu district.

“All the three Lashker-e-Taiba terrorists were residents of Kashmir and had come to pick up the consignment, which was dropped by Pakistan on this side using a drone,” Mr Singh, who was joined by senior police official Mukesh Singh, told journalists in Rajouri locale.

Mukesh Singh educated this was the third effective activity in the twin regions of Rajouri and Poonch since September 11.

Prior, an immense transfer of arms and ammo was recuperated from two individuals in Balakote area of Poonch, after three days 11 kg of heroin worth Rs 11 crore, intended to subsidize psychological oppression exercises, was seized in Rajouri region.

“Pakistan and its agencies always remain active and are making every effort to disturb peace and law and order in J-K. It is using drones to drop weapons and narcotics and also push terrorists from both Rajouri and Poonch districts, which had witnessed a spurt in ceasefire violations – almost on a daily basis,” the DGP said.

Be that as it may, he said the police, Army and different powers are cooperating to abandon Pakistan’s plan and to keep up harmony and lawfulness in the Union Territory.

“We are enjoying good operational synergy and the latest arrest of three LeT terrorists and seizure of a huge cache of arms and ammunition was its result. We received information about movement of some suspicious people and accordingly launched the cordon and search operation,” he said.

He said three individuals were seen moving with a sack and were tested yet they flung a projectile, which fortunately didn’t detonate and the threesome was overwhelmed.

The pursuit of the pack prompted the recuperation of two AK-56 rifles, two guns, four projectiles and Rs 1 lakh in Indian money, which had snuck from Pakistan to heighten viciousness, Dilbag Singh said it became visible that the transfer was dropped on this side of the LoC by Pakistan utilizing the automaton and the threesome, who hail from Kashmir, had come to get the transfer.

“Their interrogation is underway and further details will be shared later,” he said.

In light of inquiries, he said Pakistan is giving a valiant effort to resuscitate illegal intimidation in the twin regions of Poonch and Rajouri, which falls in Jammu division and were freed from militancy longer than 10 years back.

“The people of Rajouri and Poonch are peace loving and they will not allow Pakistan to succeed in its design. There are some elements with whom we will deal sternly,” he said.

He named the dropping of weapons through automatons as a “big challenge” and said this is the principal such airborne drop in the locale however a comparable endeavor was thwarted by the Border Security Force (BSF) along the International Border in Kathua region at some point back.

“This is a hilly terrain and drones just bypass the deployment on the LoC,” he stated, including that “we are vigilant to the threat and have taken necessary measures”.

On the recuperation of an enormous number of US-made rifles in the ongoing past, Mr Singh said “we have recovered such types of rifles like M-4 and M-16 in large numbers in the past as well. These rifles are duplicate weapons manufactured in Pakistan and are being smuggled by LeT and Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists”.

Mukesh Singh said on September 11, police and Army captured two individuals and recuperated a store of arms and ammo, including three guns, 11 projectiles, extemporized dangerous gadget (IED) material and a pen drive, baffling psychological militants intend to do target killings and impacts in Poonch locale.

“The arrest and recovery was made from Balakote sector of Poonch. The pen drive contains details of assembling and planting the IED,” he said.

In another procedure on September 14, one individual was captured with 7 kg heroin in Rajouri and later at his exposure one more capture was produced using Kulgam locale of south Kashmir.

Three occupants of Poonch were likewise captured and their scrutinizing prompted the recuperation of 4 kg of heroin from a similar spot from where the previous transfer of 7 kg was unloaded in the wake of pirating from over the outskirt, he said.