Pak intruder, who captured alive, died of cardiac arrest

Pak intruder, who captured alive, died of cardiac arrest

Jammu: The Pakistani intruder, who had captured alive on August 21 after he was injured in firing by the Army to foil an infiltration bid, died of cardiac arrest during treatment on Saturday at a military hospital in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Defence sources said that Pak intruder, Tabarak Hussain, a resident of Sabzkot village, district Kotli of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, who was undergoing a treatment, died this evening of cardiac arrest.
Tabarak, as per the Army, had disclosed that he was assigned task by the Pakistan Intelligence Agency to recce forward posts along with a group of terrorists along the Line of Control in Naushera sector of Rajouri district.
Between Aug 21-23, Army had foiled two major infiltration bids and eliminated two terrorists along the Line of Control in Naushera Sector of District Rajouri.
On interrogation, the terrorist confessed about their plan to attack the Indian Army Post. Hussain stated that he was sent by a Colonel of Pakistan Intelligence Agency named Col Yunus Chaudhry who had paid him 30,000 Pakistani Rupees.
Tabarak also revealed that he along with other terrorists had carried two/ three close recce of Indian forward posts with an aim to target them at an opportune time.
UNI

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