Jaish-e-Mohammad plotted Pulwama attack from Rawalpindi

New Delhi, Mar 15: In the evidence provided to Pakistan on the Pulwama attack, India has cited a mobile number that was used to claim responsibility for the attack.

India has prepared a detailed dossier laden with evidence to show that it was the Pakistan sponsored Jaish-e-Mohammad which carried out the attack. Moments after the Pulwama attack, the JeM claimed responsibility for the same through a WhatsApp number 7006250771.

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Pulwama attack staged to avenge killing of Masood Azhar’s kin says Indian evidence to Pak

New Delhi, Mar 13: The Pulwama attack was hatched by the Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Masood Azhar and his younger brother Abdul Rauf Asghar to avenge the killing of their kin in the Kashmir Valley.

The evidence that India has gathered in connection with the attack suggests that the the duo hatched the plot in the aftermath of the killing of Talha Rasheed, Azhar. nephew. He was gunned down by the security forces at Pulwama on November 6 2017. Usman Haider, another son of Azhar’s elder brother was killed in an encounter at Tral in October 2018.

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Intelligence assessment shows four intended targets at Balakot were hit

New Delhi, Mar 12: The assessment conducted in the aftermath of the Balakot air strike suggests that most of the intended targets were destroyed by the Indian Air Force.

Sources tell OneIndia that in the aftermath of the strike, not a single journalist was allowed inside the facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad. Pakistan only allowed journalists selectively around the site.

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The 23-year-old electrician behind the Pulwama attack

Srinagar, Mar 11: Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Mudasir Ahmed Khan, alias ‘Mohd Bhai’, has been identified as the brains behind the Pulwama terror attack.

Piecing together evidence gathered so far, security officials said that 23-year-old Khan, an electrician with a graduate degree hailing from Pulwama district, arranged the vehicle and explosives used in the terror strike.

A resident of Mir Mohalla of Tral, Khan joined the Jaish-e-Mohammed sometime in 2017 as an overground worker and was later drawn into the JeM fold by Noor Mohammed Tantrey, alias ‘Noor Trali’, who is believed to have helped in the revival of the terror outfit in Kashmir Valley.

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If the Balakot hit is false, why is Pak conducting a select tour for scribes around the facility

New Delhi, Mar 09: Pakistan has yet again cancelled a visit by journalists to Balakot, where the Indian Air Force had hit a terror training facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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Not just Balakot, IAF was ready to hit JeM chief’s home at Bahawalpur too

New Delhi, Mar 09: It was not just Balakot that the Indian agencies had mapped. There were several other targets in Pakistan that had been on the radar of the agencies.

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NIA unearths huge conspiracy by Jaish-e-Mohammad

New Delhi, Mar 11: The National Investigastion Agency has filed a chargesheet in connection with an attack by terrorists at Jammu and Kashmir. The same was registered in connection with the firing by terrorists in the Jhajahar Kotli area of Jammu and the subsequent encounter of three Pakistani terrorists in the Katra area.

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Four targets identified at Balakot were hit as intended

New Delhi, Mar 07: The debate over the authenticity of the Balakot air strikes continue with some claiming that no damage was created to the terror facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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For the Jaish-e-Mohammad it is all in the family

New Delhi, Mar 07: For the Jaish-e-Mohammad, one of the most lethal terror groups in the world, it is all in the family. The outfit was created following the release of its chief, Maulana Masood Azhar, following the Kandahar IC-814 hijack.

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Why Abdul Rauf Asghar is the most vicious terrorist of the Jaish-e-Mohammad

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Abdul Rauf Asghar Pic courtesy: NIA

New Delhi, Mar 06: Pakistan on Tuesday said that it had detained Abdul Rauf Asghar and 44 others who are affiliated with the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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