There seem to be some people in the world, who remain undeterred by anything that happens around them. Within this classification, there can be a further division of those who are looking to channelise their energies and focus for positivity and development while the dark side looks to channelise the same for death and destruction. Belonging to the latter division are terrorists, who want to wreak havoc on an already bruised and battered world, for their personal gains. Thankfully, the Delhi Police have averted a major terrorist attack in the nation's capital.

Reports state that the Delhi Police have arrested two terrorists belonging to the Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit, last night from the Sarai Kale Khan area, in SouthEast Delhi. The Special Cell of the Delhi Police made this arrest, after coming to know of the plot through an information tip-off that they received. A trap was set for the suspected terrorists near Millenium Park in the Sarai Kale Khan area and they were nabbed. The two arrested men are said to be residents of Jammu and Kashmir. The two arrested men have been identified as Abdul Latif Mir (22) from Dori village in Baramulla district and Mohd. Ashraf Khatana (20) from Hat Mulla village in Kupwara district, of Jammu & Kashmir!

A statement from the Special Cell of the Delhi Police, which arrested these 2 men states that possessions recovered from them include two semi-automatic pistols with 10 live cartridges. Speculations are that these men had planned a major attack in Delhi, around the Deepavali festivities. The Delhi Police have also been on high alert in a number of other regions in the state, after receiving intelligence of the presence of more Jaish agents. The two arrested men are being interrogated currently and more information is awaited! Stay tuned for updates...