Srinagar, Feb 19: One of the key clues that would connect the Pulwama attack to Pakistan directly would be the calls made before and after the incident. In the aftermath of the attack, the National Investigation Agency and Jammu and Kashmir police collected the tower dumps of the attack area.
New Delhi, Feb 19: In the year 1994, the Indian agencies detained a 26 year old in Srinagar who claimed to be a journalist. He had with him a Portuguese passport and at that time, none knew that one day he would turn out to be one of the world’s biggest terrorists.
Srinagar, Feb 19: The Jaish-e-Mohammad is probably one of the most lethal terrorist groups in Jammu and Kashmir. The group is known to carry out big attacks and their target has always been the Indian Armed forces.
Srinagar, Feb 19: The attack at Pulwama in which 44 CRPF jawans were martyred was one of the most ghastly incidents that the state of Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed.
Srinagar, Feb 17: Investigations into the Pulwama attack have revealed that the shaped charge design of the explosive was one of the main reasons for such an impact. The bomb maker had made a shaped charged design for maximum impact. This was done to ensure that the bomb had a focused impact and also inflicted maximum damage in a very limited space, an officer familiar with the investigation informed OneIndia.
New Delhi, Feb 18: In a major decision the government scrapped the security provided to separatists in Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar, Feb 17: The Intelligence agencies have been able to identify person who prepared and assembled the bomb for the Pulwama attack.
Officials say that the bomb maker had entered Jammu and Kashmir in January through the Poonch sector. Investigations have also revealed that the mastermind, Mohammad Umair is still in the Pulwama area. Umair, who is the nephew of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, oversaw the entire operation, which also included the infiltration of the bomb maker Kamran and others.
Srinagar, Feb 17: India has said that it would give Pakistan a befitting reply for shielding and aiding the Jaish-e-Mohammad, which carried out the Pulwama attack. India has been exploring several options and said that it would look to corner Pakistan in every possible way. Top security officials are of the view that India needs to engage its air power and strike at targets. A top official in Delhi tells OneIndia that there would be precision air strikes across the border.
Srinagar, Feb 16: India has been weighing in on several options in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack in which 40 jawans were martyred. While various options are being explored, Intelligence agencies report that Pakistan has already started pulling back its terrorists out of the fear that they may be struck.
Srinagar, Feb 16: Investigations being conducted following the Pulwama attack have revealed that the person who assembled the bomb is from Pakistan occupied Kashmir.