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NIA to investigate case of Nagrota encounter | India News


NEW DELHI: The National Investigative Agency (NIA) will investigate the case related to the Nov. 19 Nagrota encounter, in which four suspected Pakistani terrorists Jaish-e-Mohammad were killed after a truck they were traveling in was intercepted in the Jammu-Srinagar highway and a There was an encounter between terrorists and security forces. The sources said the case was turned over to the NIA due to its international ties, with clear and irrefutable evidence having emerged about the Pakistani origins of the neutralized terrorists.
The alleged involvement of Pakistan-based elements in the failed attempt to disrupt the district development council (DDC) voting in J&K was exposed after the recovery of an unusually huge cache of weapons and other Pakistani-made items from terrorists. murdered. Furthermore, tracking the route taken by the terrorists to reach the meeting place led the BSF and J&K police to unearth a 200-meter underground cross-border tunnel near the international border in Samba, which they had used to infiltrate.
Some key recoveries from the dead Jaish terrorists include a digital mobile radio made by a Pakistani company called Micro Electronics. The messages on the DMR clearly show that the trespassing terrorists were in constant contact with their handlers on the other side of the border. These manipulators were following the location of the terrorists en route to Kashmir and asking if they had any problems.
Also, a smartphone from a Pakistani company Q Mobile; drugs manufactured in Karachi and elsewhere in Pakistan; and Pakistani-made shoes recovered from the meeting point pointed to the complicity of terrorist groups enjoying a safe haven in Pakistan.
The discovery of the cross-border tunnel at Samba further confirmed the Pakistani origins of the conspiracy. The tunnel mouth was reinforced and reinforced by sandbags bearing marks from Karachi, Pakistan. The newly excavated tunnel, in which it seems to have spent due engineering effort showing the hand of the establishment, appears to have been used for the first time.
The emergence of evidence pointing to the role of Pakistan-based forces in the Nagrota meeting had prompted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to directly name the “Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammad” behind the efforts to wreak great havoc and destruction to “target grassroots democratic exercises in Jammu and Kashmir.”

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