New Delhi: In a major operation, the Delhi Police on Wednesday has arrested two suspected LeT terrorists who were allegedly planning to carry out terror strikes in the capital targeting vital installations and VVIPs.

Delhi Police sources said the operation was launched to nab the two Lashkar-e-Toiba men after receiving inputs from Central intelligence agencies that the duo have entered the capital to carry out strikes.

Effective coordination with Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand Police helped to nab the two terrorists, the sources said.

They said that the two were planning to carry out major strikes in the national capital by targeting vital installations and VVIPs. Delhi Police Spokesman Rajan Bhagat confirmed the arrest of the two terrorists, but refused to divulge any details.

"It is not the appropriate time to divulge information as the operations are still going on," Bhagat said.