Nagrota encounter | Pakistan fingerprints all over: Phones, medicines, weapons

Written by Deeptiman Tiwary
| New Delhi |

Updated: November 21, 2020 12:33:03 pm





Central Reserve Police Force  (CRPF) personnel stand guard at J&K National Highway after  an encounter at Ban Toll Plaza in Nagrota, in Jammu district (PTI)

Kaha Phnche Kia Sorate Hal Hai Koi Mushkil To Nahi, 2 Baje, Phir Bta Dan Gy (Where have you reached? What’s the situation? Is there any problem?, 2 O’clock, Will let you know).”

These were some of the text messages received by the four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists, who were gunned down by security forces in an encounter in Nagrota, in Jammu, Thursday, on a Digital Mobile Radio manufactured by Pakistani company Micro Electronics.

The terrorists had been in touch with their handlers in Pakistan over smartphones manufactured by Q Mobile, a Pakistani company. They were carrying medicines manufactured in Karachi, and wore shoes made in Pakistan.

J&K Police investigations have revealed that the Jaish terrorists had been sent with the specific task of carrying out a large attack ahead of the District Development Council (DDC) polls to derail the entire election process.

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