2017 Lethpora CRPF Camp Attack 'Mastermind' Deported to India
Nisar Ahmed Tantre's brother, Noor Mohammad Tantre, was a senior JeM commander who was killed by security agencies last year.
New Delhi: In a major success for security agencies, Nisar Ahmed Tantre, the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist accused of being a key conspirator in the 2017 attack on the Pulwama Lethpora CRPF camp, has been deported to India from Middle East where he escaped on an employment visa, a government official said.
According to sources, Tantre's brother, Noor Mohammad Tantre, was a senior JeM commander who was killed by security agencies last year.
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