Nagrota encounter: Slain JeM terrorists had been in fixed contact with Pakistani handlers; proof recovered


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Nagrota encounter: Slain JeM terrorists had been in fixed contact with Pakistani handlers

The 4 terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota had been in fixed contact with Pakistani handlers, proof have revealed. 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. 

The company now suspects the message was despatched by a handler in Shakargarh in PoK.

The opposite proof consists of medicines manufactured in Karachi. The sneakers worn by the JeM terrorists had been additionally manufactured in Pakistan. 

As well as, a wi-fi set and a GPS gadget have additionally been recovered.

4 suspected Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists had been killed and two policemen injured in a gunbattle in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota on Thursday after a truck carrying newly infiltrated militants was intercepted

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had held a evaluate assembly with the highest safety brass, together with House Minister Amit Shah, because it emerged that Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists killed within the encounter on the outskirts of Jammu, had been planning a giant terror operation on the anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai assault.

Authorities sources mentioned NSA Ajit Doval, overseas secretary and prime intelligence officers attended the assembly through which Modi took inventory of the state of affairs.

The terrorists had been planning “one thing large” on the anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror assault, the sources added.

Inspector-Common of Police (IGP), Jammu, Mukesh Singh, had mentioned after the encounter that the terrorists had come to execute a “large plan” which has now been foiled.

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