The NIA arrests two people in the case of the Kashmir Resistance Front after raiding four locations in the state.

The National Investigation Agency arrested two people in the Resistance Front case . The accused were residents of Jammu and Kashmir .

New Delhi, India, May 14: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested two people in the Resistance Front case, a frontal group of the banned terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), on Saturday, according to the agency, who were arrested at four locations in Kashmir.The accused, Muzamil Mushtaq Bhat and Fayaz Ahmad Khan, were arrested, both residents of Jammu and Kashmir.The two overground workers of TRF, who are in contact with their Pakistan-based handlers, were arrested on November 18 last year for planning terror attacks, spreading terrorist propaganda, radicalizing, and recruiting youth of Jammu and Kashmir for engaging in violent activities in the Union Territory and other parts of India, according to the police.