News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Mon, 23 Nov 2020 08:13 PM IST
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The Ministry of External Affairs said that a 150-meter long underground tunnel has been found in the joint operation of the Border Security Force and Jammu and Kashmir Police on the international border in the Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir. This tunnel was used for infiltration by terrorists. This tunnel is found just 160 meters from the international border. Sources gave information about this.
The envoys of United States of America, France, Russia and Japan were among the Heads of Missions briefed on Nagrota incident by MEA: Sources
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Explain that the investigation agencies have found strong evidence that these Jaish terrorists were sent from Pakistan by training and from there they were also being instructed. The investigation agency has found the digital mobile radio of a Pakistani company from the terrorists.
Not only this, after seeing the message of the mobiles found from the terrorists, it is clear that the terrorists were constantly in contact with the bosses sitting in Pakistan. The agency suspects that these messages were sent from Shakardadh in Pakistan.
Terrorists were killed in an encounter in Nagrota
On the instructions of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, a major attack like Pulwama was planned in Jammu and Kashmir. Abdul Rauf Asghar, the brother of Jaish-e-Mohammed’s mastermind Most Maulana Masood Azhar, was tasked to carry out the conspiracy, which selected four of Jaish’s terrorists to carry out the nefarious plan. These militants had infiltrated the Samba sector on the intervening night of November 18-19, after which the security forces killed them in an encounter at Nagrota in Jammu sector.