A Pakistani terrorist named Usman Khan was caught today in Jammu and Kashmir following an ambush on a BSF convoy in which two soldiers and another terrorist was killed.
While talking to police in his first videotaped interrogation, the terrorist seemed absolutely unperturbed by his capture and smiled on camera as he said he had entered into India 12 days ago through the jungles.
“There was just the two of us. We’ve been here for 12 days,” he said.
“We came through the jungles. Which bus would come here? Our food finished in 3 days. We broke into a house for more,” the terrorist added in the video.
The policemen say the terrorist could be from Pakistan’s Faisalabad, where the terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad has a stronghold.
Earlier this morning, the two terrorists had attacked the BSF convoy on a highway near Udhampur.
Following the ambush, Usman had raced into the jungle while taking a group of people hostage with him. However, after nearly four hours, the villagers themselves overpowered him and pinned him down. He was carrying an AK-47 rifle with him.
One of the villagers say Usman pleaded with them to ‘let him go’ but they waited for the police and then handed the terrorist over to them.
Usman was later taken to a hospital and is now being questioned.