New Delhi, Nov 23: The Border Security Force on Sunday said that it detected a 150 metre long tunnel that could have been used by the four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists for infiltration from Pakistan.
The tunnel was detected by the BSF at the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district. It may be recalled that the four JeM terrorists were gunned down in Nagrota on Thursday and huge cache of arms was discovered on them.
New Delhi, Nov 22: India has warned Pakistan against launching terrorist attacks. The warning comes days after the Indian security agencies gunned down four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists at Nagrota and foiled a major attack.
India on Saturday summoned Pakistan’s senior most diplomat here and lodged a strong protest over an attempted attack by the Jaish-e-Mohammad that was foiled by the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.
New Delhi, Nov 21: Is there any difficulty, are you sleeping and where have you arrived. This was the message that one of the four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists had received from the handler in Pakistan.
Four JeM terrorists were gunned down in an encounter at Nagrota on Thursday. They were on their way to execute a major attack in the Valley. The handler asks about their whereabouts and whether they had any difficulty in reaching. To this the terrorist replies 2 baje or 2 O clock.
New Delhi, Nov 21: The Nagrota attack was probably one of the most lethal strikes the country has witnessed in recent times. Seven soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred in the attack that was carried out by the Jaish-e-Mohammad.
The National Investigation Agency has arrested a second person in connection with the Nagrota attack which killed seven soldiers. Tariq Ahmed Dar, aged 34 was arrested by the NIA based on the disclosure made by Muneer-ul Hassan Qadri who was arrested earlier.
The horrific Nagrota attack which was carried out on November 29 2016 was the handiwork of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the National Investigation Agency has said. The attack was significant in a lot of ways.
New Delhi, Dec 24: The decision on demonetisation was a major one and was expected to clean up black money and also slow down terror related activities. 44 days have passed since the decision on demonetisation was made and questions are being asked about its effectiveness. Have terror attacks stopped? The answer is no. The fake currency industry has taken a beating post this decision.
The Rs 500 and 1,000 notes that were being printed by the fake currency racketeers was flushed out, but the fact is that terror attacks especially in Jammu and Kashmir have continued. The Nagrota attack in which took place on November 28 in which seven army personnel were martyred is one example that terrorists from Pakistan have not been deterred.