"They are active members of KZF. Three Pakistani SIM cards and five cell phones have been recovered from their possession," he said. "They have been lodged in the Gandhi Nagar police station in Jammu. Jalandhar police are taking them to Punjab on transit remand as they are wanted in some terror related cases there," the officer said.
KZF chief Neeta is believed to be hiding in Sialkot (Pakistan) for the last 15 years, he said. Dhillon said that the terrorists and their masters in other countries wanted to commit terrorist strikes in Punjab. "The two terrorist outfits had decided to combine their resources and operatives to launch a spectacular and determined terrorist attack in the near future," he said. He said that the terrorists had visited Pakistan and Thailand and investigations have also revealed that the terrorist module was being funded by Europe-based operatives who were sending funds here through Money Gram and 'hawala'.