Pathankot attack: NIA note on JIT visit speaks of only 4 terrorists

pakjit1New Delhi, Apr 2: The note by the National Investigation Agency post the visit by the Joint Investigation Team from Pakistan states that it had given the identity of the four terrorists involved in the Pathankot attack.
The note reads, “The NIA shared with JIT the identity and the address of the 4 terrorists and requested the JIT to confirm the same.”
NIA presented the JIT with concrete evidence against the office bearers of JeM who conspired in the attack and the handlers of the terrorists who facilitated and guided them.

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Pakistan must shun ‘your terrorist is our freedom fighter’ policy

lahoreattackThe horrific attack at Lahore which claimed the lives of 72 persons has not only rocked Pakistan, but has left the world aghast.
The victims were mainly women and children at a park who were out enjoying Easter Sunday.

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On Maulana Azhar, India needs to be realistic: Access to the JeM will not be granted

masoodazharNew Delhi, March 31: India has sought from Pakistan the voice samples of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. The NIA also wants to visit Bhawalpur in Pakistan where the Jaish chief is housed. However, on these two fronts there will be no reciprocity on the part of the Pakistan.
Pakistan will listen to the demand by India seeking access to Azhar, but would eventually deny the same in a polite manner. Many in the Indian establishment too are aware that this demand to question the Jaish-e-Mohammad chief and his brother Asghar Rauf will be denied by Pakistan.

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Khandahar, Parliament and Pathankot attack: Can Pakistan act against Abdul Rauf?

pathankNew Delhi, March 30: Pakistan’s Joint Investigation Team has heard everything that India had to tell them about the Pathankot attack. They took the evidence, listened in to the audio clips, but the big question is what is next?
In this context it would be particularly necessary to draw your attention to the case relating to Abdul Rauf Asghar, who is the brother of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. There is an audio clipping that the NIA had sourced in which he is heard saying that Mujahideens must be sent to Pathankot

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NIA to seek voice samples of JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar from Pakistan

FILES-PAKISTAN-RELIGIOUS-UNNew Delhi, Mar 29: The NIA has said that it would seek voice samples of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Rauf in connection with the Pathankot attack probe.

While expressing satisfaction over the visit by the Joint Investigation Team from Pakistan, the chief of the NIA, Sharad Kumar said that they would take a call on when to visit Pakistan.

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‘Swear to God, will destroy Jaish-e-Mohammad’: Pak NSA to India

naseerNew DElhi, Mar 19: Naseer Jung Januja the National Security Advisor is an army man first. He speaks like an army man even today and this context it would be interesting to share what he had to say following the Pathankot attack.
When India’s National Security (NSA) Ajit Doval raked up the Pathankot attack and the involvement of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), Januja replied in true army man style- “I swear to God, I will destroy the Jaish-e-Mohammad.”

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To break Jaish-e-Mohammad, Pakistan must act against al-Rahmat trust

img_0598-1New Delhi, Jan 11: India expects Pakistan to act against those who masterminded the Pathankot attack.
Investigations have revealed that it was the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) which had carried out this attack.
The JeM today shares a cozy relationship with the ISI and this is probably one of the reasons why the al-Rahmat trust continues to operate in Pakistan.

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Pathankot attack: Fifth terrorist gunned down

  
Delhi, Jan 2: The fifth terrorist has been gunned down at Pathankot, where terrorists launched an attack at the air force station early this morning. While four terrorists were killed earlier today, there was a massive operation that was being undertaken in search of more terrorists. While the security forces managed to gun down the fifth terrorists, they have not yet declared the operation as complete.
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Kashmir Pandits- Why they fear getting back?

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As tensions grow between India and Pakistan the Anti Indian terrorist groups plan to raise the ante against the Kashmiri Pandits once again in a bid to seek the local support of the home grown militants in Kashmir.

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ISI’s new tool to target Indian elections

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Elections have always been under the radar of terrorists. Each time an election is held there is a prompt warning issued by the Intelligence Bureau regarding a terrorist threat.

The challenge ahead for the General elections would be immense and intercepts picked up suggest that there is more than one group which would be looking to target the elections. According to the information that has been gathered the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen and the Indian Mujahideen are the ones looking to disrupt the elections. Continue reading “ISI’s new tool to target Indian elections”