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Arms and ammunition like two AK 47, six magazines and two pouches were also recovered by the security forces on Saturday morning.
The army on Thursday admitted that it shot dead a man in a case of "mistaken identity" during a counter-insurgency operation in an Arunachal Pradesh village, bordering Myanmar.
The picture showed four AK-47 assault rifles, six INSAS rifles, One Light Machine Gun, one Under Barrel Grenade Launcher two wireless sets and over 1130 bullet cartridges taken away by the rebels.
A security operation in south Kashmir's Pulwama district was called off on Friday after militants managed to escape.
Police said that on a specific information about presence of some militants in Kalaroos area of the district, the forces laid a cordon and started a search operation.
The government has been imposing prohibitory restrictions within the radius of three kilometres from the encounter site.
The incident clearly indicates that the security forces tried their best to avoid neutralising the terrorist despite being fired upon, leading them to call his family to help him see sense.
Preliminary findings by the agencies on these incidents suggested Saifullah was part of the module that hit the Ujjain train.
Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today saluted the father of suspected ISIS terrorist Saifullah for not accepting his son's body and branding him as a "traitor".
The Pakistani DGMO was also informed about the repatriation of two Pakistani nationals apprehended in Uri.
While the Uttar Pradesh police shot dead suspected terrorist Mohammad Saifullah yesterday, six suspects have been arrested by cops in Madhya Pradesh and UP on terror charges, Singh said.
Sartaj said he would have handed over his son to the police if he had even "an iota of inkling" about his activities.
The Uttar Pradesh Police statement came hours after its Anti Terrorism Squad killed Saifullah, a resident of Manohar Nagar in Kanpur, in an 11-hour-long gunfight.
The Home Minister is expected to make a detailed statement in Parliament on the two incidents in Lucknow and in Shajapur, official sources said.