Communication Devices Used By The Four Killed Jem Terrorists Help India Solve Jan 31 Terror Strike


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Communications clues used by the four Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) militants killed at Jammu’s Ban Toll Plaza in Jammu and Kashmir on November 19 have yielded important clues to India. The people associated with this case say that through these communication tools India can prove that Pakistan was behind the similar intrusion on 31 January 2020 by the terrorist prosecution group.

On 31 January this year, three Jaish terrorists were killed by security forces near the same toll plaza. Three other accomplices of the terrorists were also arrested after this encounter in the morning. One of these persons arrested was Sameer Ahmed Dar. He was the driver of the truck. Sameer Ahmed Dar was Adil Dar’s distant brother. Please tell that the suicide bomber was Adil Dar of the attack on CRPF buses in Pulwama on 14 February 2019. It fought an explosive-laden Maruti Echo car in a bus, in which 40 security personnel were killed.

A security official said that the encounter on 19 November in Nagrota has revealed that there are many similarities between these two groups of Jaish. It has also been confirmed that Pakistan has a direct role in the infiltration of terrorists near the Samba border in India. Recently it has been learned that the terrorists killed on November 19 had infiltrated Bharte through a 200-meter tunnel from Pakistan.

The most surprising to investigators is the engineering of this tunnel. It was built near Pilar 189 and is the same place used by Nagrota raiders to reach the pickup point of Jatwal. It is just 12 kilometers from the international border. This tunnel is 40 meters long towards the entry point of Pakistan. It was designed in such a way that the terrorists had enough space to walk.

A senior official said that the ‘Shakargarh Jaish camp is the place where trended jihadists in Peshawar and Bahawalpur are sent to India. The area of ​​Shakargarh is a chicken neck area near the India-Pakistan border. This is very important in terms of security. Defense officials have found great similarities in the means of communication used by the November 19 attackers and the January attackers.

Land Mobile Radio Set MPD-2505 Make-Micro, Made In Pakistan
Both incidents used the same LMR set and their serial numbers were also in a series. While the serial number of LMR used on 31 January was 908331P00059, the number of LMR set used on 19 November was 908331P00058. Both sets were named ‘Radio aka Freedom Fighter’. The call signs used on 31 January were p1, p2, p4, p5, p55, g1 while the call sign used on 19 November were p1, p55, p11 and p66.

ICOM VHF Sets
Same in both cases ICOM sets are found. Also, similar hand-held devices have been used. The GPS device has been broken in the same manner by the terrorists of both the incidents. Training to break them is given in this way.

LMR Similar frequency from set
The similarity of this frequency proves that Pakistan handlers have used the same means of communication. It has a similar digital frequency – 143.500Mhz, 147.270 Mhz, 149.310 Mhz, 150.230 Mhz, 151.230 Mhz, 155.610 Mhz, 157.220Mhz, 160.430Mhz, 162.340 Mhz, 165.710 Mhz. The common analogue frequency is 145.100 Mhz, 144.700Mhz, 143. 702 Mhz, 143.548 Mhz and 143.887 Mhz.

Communications clues used by the four Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) militants killed at Jammu’s Ban Toll Plaza in Jammu and Kashmir on November 19 have yielded important clues to India. The people associated with this case say that through these communication tools India can prove that Pakistan was behind the similar intrusion on 31 January 2020 by the terrorist prosecution group.

On 31 January this year, three Jaish terrorists were killed by security forces near the same toll plaza. Three other accomplices of the terrorists were also arrested after this encounter in the morning. One of these persons arrested was Sameer Ahmed Dar. He was the driver of the truck. Sameer Ahmed Dar was Adil Dar’s distant brother. Please tell that the suicide bomber was Adil Dar of the attack on CRPF buses in Pulwama on 14 February 2019. It fought an explosive-laden Maruti Echo car in a bus, in which 40 security personnel were killed.

A security official said that the encounter on 19 November in Nagrota has revealed that there are many similarities between these two groups of Jaish. It has also been confirmed that Pakistan has a direct role in the infiltration of terrorists near the Samba border in India. Recently it has been learned that the terrorists killed on November 19 had infiltrated Bharte through a 200-meter tunnel from Pakistan.

The most surprising to investigators is the engineering of this tunnel. It was built near Pilar 189 and is the same place used by Nagrota raiders to reach the pickup point of Jatwal. It is just 12 kilometers from the international border. This tunnel is 40 meters long towards the entry point of Pakistan. It was designed in such a way that the terrorists had enough space to walk.

A senior official said that the ‘Shakargarh Jaish camp is the place where trended jihadists in Peshawar and Bahawalpur are sent to India. The area of ​​Shakargarh is a chicken neck area near the India-Pakistan border. This is very important in terms of security. Defense officials have found great similarities in the means of communication used by the November 19 attackers and the January attackers.

Land Mobile Radio Set MPD-2505 Make-Micro, Made In Pakistan
Both incidents used the same LMR set and their serial numbers were also in a series. While the serial number of LMR used on 31 January was 908331P00059, the number of LMR set used on 19 November was 908331P00058. Both sets were named ‘Radio aka Freedom Fighter’. The call signs used on 31 January were p1, p2, p4, p5, p55, g1 while the call sign used on 19 November were p1, p55, p11 and p66.

ICOM VHF Sets
Same in both cases ICOM sets are found. Also, similar hand-held devices have been used. The GPS device has been broken in the same manner by the terrorists of both the incidents. Training to break them is given in this way.

LMR Similar frequency from set
The similarity of this frequency proves that Pakistan handlers have used the same means of communication. It has a similar digital frequency – 143.500Mhz, 147.270 Mhz, 149.310 Mhz, 150.230 Mhz, 151.230 Mhz, 155.610 Mhz, 157.220Mhz, 160.430Mhz, 162.340 Mhz, 165.710 Mhz. The common analogue frequency is 145.100 Mhz, 144.700Mhz, 143. 702 Mhz, 143.548 Mhz and 143.887 Mhz.


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