India shares evidence of Pak`s involvement in Nagrota attack with international community

Clay Curtis
November 24, 2020

Briefing the envoys from P-5 countries on the encounter and how the terror attempt was foiled by India, the foreign secretary urged them to keep the pressure on Pakistan to adhere to its worldwide obligations and bilateral commitments of not allowing any territory under its control to be used for terrorism against India or any other country, top level sources told ThePrint.

On the other hand, he said, India's history of conducting false flag operations in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and inside India to malign Pakistan was too well-known.

India's foreign secretary Harsh Shringla briefed the first set of foreign envoys of Pakistan's involvement in the Nagrota terror attack, giving them detailed evidence of how Islamabad continues to support cross border terror.

The four were stopped at a toll booth in the Nagrota area of Jammu last Thursday and were killed in a three-hour gun battle with security forces.

The Indian side highlighted the secret tunnel unearthed beneath the International Border in Jammu's Samba Sector on Sunday and said the four militants who were killed in the encounter on November 19 used the tunnel to carry out their plans.

It was also shared how preliminary investigations by police and intelligence authorities, markings on the recovered AK-47 rifles and other items led India to believe that the terrorists belonged to JeM, sources added.

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On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval and other top officials to review the situation after the Nagrota attack.

Jaish has been involved in previous attacks in India, including the Pulwama terror attack of 2019 in which India lost 40 paramilitary soldiers.

India on Monday told the main UN Security Council powers that it feels pressure to hit back at Pakistan after accusing its neighbour of arming four militants shot dead in a gun battle last week, diplomats who attended a special meeting said.

In an official statement issued by the ministry of external affairs, the government said that it is "firmly and resolutely committed to take all necessary measures to safeguard its national security in the fight against terrorism".

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