Pakistan Excessive Fee’s official was on Saturday summoned by the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) over Nagrota encounter, through which 4 terrorists had been neutralised. Based on sources, India conveyed its robust concern to Pakistan on the fear assault, allegedly deliberate by Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in Jammu and Kashmir. A robust protest was lodged demanding Pakistan to cease supporting terrorists and terror teams working from their territory whereas dismantling the terrorism infrastructure.
The federal government of India stands agency and resolute in taking all mandatory measures to safeguard its nationwide safety within the struggle in opposition to terrorism, mentioned sources.
In yet one more growth, proof have revealed the 4 terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota had been in fixed contact with Pakistani handlers. Police have now recovered a digital cell radio from the slain terrorists, which have proven some textual content messages from Pakistani handlers.
The handlers, in Shakargarh space of Punjab’s Narowal district in Pakistan, had requested the terrorists about their whereabouts and if they’ve reached safely. The recovered digital cell radio has been manufactured by a Pakistani firm ‘Micro Electronics’ and QMobile smartphone.
The messages on the DMR set clearly present that the intruding terrorists had been in fixed contact with their handlers throughout the border. “Kahan phnche, kya soorte haal hai. Koi mushkil toh nahi,” the texts learn.
An encounter between terrorists and safety forces broke out within the early hours of Thursday close to Ban Toll Plaza within the Nagrota space of Jammu district, the police had confirmed.
4 terrorists had been neutralised by the safety forces, whereas one police constable sustained accidents throughout the operation.
Based on sources, the 4 terrorists had been probably from the United Nations-designated terror group JeM.