Terrorist Tabrak Hussain, paid to attack Indian soldiers, dies of cardiac arrest
New Delhi : A Pakistani terrorists Tabrak Hussain was captured by Indian Army last month; he had claimed that a Pakistani colonel had paid him money to plan an attack on Indian soldiers. On Saturday, he passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest.
He had suffered bullet injuries in his leg and shoulder before he was captured by Indian Army. Tabrak Hussain was getting treatment at an Army Hospital in Jammu and Kashmir.
In a shocking claim after his arrest, Tabrak said, he had come along with four-five other men and had been given ₹30,000 by a Pakistani colonel, Colonel Yunus, to target the Indian Army.
Indian soldiers had captured him in injured condition on August 21 along the Line of Control in Jhanger Nowshera.
Ever since he was admitted to the hospital, his condition was critical. According to a media report, Indian soldiers had also donated blood to save his life.