There is a big disclosure on Thursday’s encounter in Nagrota Encounter, Jammu and Kashmir. Four terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed (jaish e mohammed) who came to India from across the border were killed by Indian security forces. These terrorists had entered into India with the intention of causing great destruction, but the security forces turned their innings on all the aspirations of their masters sitting across the border. It has been revealed by quoting sources that behind this is the hand of the brother of terrorist Masood Azhar.
The plan was made across the border
On Thursday morning, an encounter between militants and security forces took place at the Ban Toll Plaza near Nagrota. It killed four militants, but it was not just one encounter. It was an intelligence-based operation. Security forces have assumed that its purpose could have been to carry out a major attack, which was planned from across the border. Four jihadis were also selected from Jaish’s main terrorist camp by Masood Azhar’s brother. They also had a meeting there.
Masood Azhar’s younger brother
Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JM) was in contact with operational commanders Mufti Rauf Asghar and Qari Zar. Their aim was to wreak havoc in the valley. Mufti Asghar is the younger brother of JM chief and UN-designated global terrorist Masood Azhar. Experts in the case say that the initial data based on GPS devices and mobile phones from the slain terrorists suggests that they all came here from Pakistan.
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All the terrorists were behind the big attack
Mufti Asghar is the younger brother of JEM chief and UN-designated global terrorist Masood Azhar. The encounter with the terrorists did not happen by chance. It was an intelligence-based operation. Security forces believe that the terrorists from across the border were about to carry out a major attack. People with information related to the incident say that the initial data of the Global Positioning System (GPS) device and the mobile phones found with the four terrorists reveal that they are part of the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) Operational commander Mufti Rauf was in contact with Asghar and Qari Zarar. Their aim was to launch a major attack in the Kashmir Valley.
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PM Modi had an important meeting
Apart from Amit Shah, Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary and top intelligence officials attended the important meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the next day of Nagrota encounter. According to government sources, the four terrorists who were trapped in the Nagrota encounter were planning to carry out a major attack on the occasion of the anniversary of the Mumbai attack (26/11). The Nagrota encounter was discussed in detail in the review meeting.
PM Modi tweeted
After this meeting, PM Modi tweeted that the killing of 4 terrorists associated with the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed and the presence of large amounts of weapons and explosives in them indicates that they are causing havoc and destruction. Were, but his efforts were once again thwarted.