Two suspected terrorists of Indian Mujahideen were arrested by security forces along the Indo-Bangladesh border.
Both the men belong to Uttar Pradesh and were returning to the country from Bangladesh when they were arrested by the security forces.
"We suspect that they were returning to India via Bangladesh after getting training in Pakistan," a Home Ministry official said.
The breakthrough came two days after the arrest of suspected IM militant Salman Ahmed in Siddharth Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh.
The two suspected militants were being interrogated by central security agencies at an undisclosed location.
Their names were yet to be revealed by the security agencies.
Under its so-called "Karachi Project", IM sends Indian youths to Pakistan for terror training and again push back them to the country to carry out subversive activities.