Mobile internet of all cellular companies, including Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) remained suspended on Friday from Thursday evening for security reasons in the Kashmir valley, where separatists have called for protests after Friday prayers, when the country will be celebrating Republic Day.
However, during her extensive questioning, the school dropout turned out to be having radical thoughts who had fallen prey to false propaganda on social networking site about alleged suffering of the Kashmiri people at the hands of security forces, officials said. Yesterday, we were able to apprehend the suspect and now we will be talking to her.
According to Kashmir Media Service, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq In a statement in Srinagar said, from the beginning this has been the stand of the Hurriyat that Kashmir is a political and human issue, which can not be resolved through the military might.
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"We had inputs about a suspect", Additional Director General of Police Munir Khan said on Friday.
A message circulated from the office of Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) to the police and security wing in Kashmir suggested that "there is a strong input" that the 18-year-old suspect might "cause a suicide bomb explosion" at the Republic Day parade in Kashmir. The arrest came after central intelligence agencies issued an alert to the local police of Kashmir about a suspicious woman who has shifted to the Valley from Pune and was constantly exchanging information with Islamic State (IS) militants.
The arrested girl belongs to Pune and her name is Sadiya, according to the state police.