HIGHLIGHTS:

  • India demanded Pakistan to stop supporting terrorism and prevent the terror groups from acting within their country.
  • The Ministry of External Affairs called upon Pakistan High Commission`s office on the issue of the Nagrota encounter.

NEW DELHI: India put forward a petition to Pakistan demanding it to stop supporting terrorist groups and prevent them from acting within its borders. Recently, on the Jammu Kashmir highway near Nagrota, an encounter took place, and regarding that, the Ministry of External Affairs summoned Pakistan Cd’A. In the petition, the Indian Government stood firm on safeguarding the necessary measures to protect Indian security.

The terror attack was planned by Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), and it was evident that all four terrorists of Nagrota encounter were in constant touch with Pakistan handlers. This information was collected after the police recovered a mobile phone from the neutralized terrorists, which had text messaged from Pakistani handlers. These handlers were operating from the Shakargarh area of Punjab`s Narowal district in Pakistan.

They were coordinating about the locations of the terrorists, and even the mobile recovered was manufactured by the Pakistani mobile company ‘Micro Electronics’ and QMobile smartphone. The text read, “Kahan phnche, kya soorte haal hai. Koi mushkil toh nahi.”

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