New Delhi: After busting the dangerous plot of the Pakistan sponsored terrorist organisations, to create violence in Jammu-Kashmir, the Indian foreign ministry has recorded its resentment in vitriolic words. India delivered a stern message to Pakistan, summoning diplomats from its embassy, in New Delhi. The Indian foreign ministry made a firm demand that Pakistan should stop its business of assisting terrorists and instead work on dismantling the terror networks in that country. Pakistan was also made aware that India has a rock-solid resolve to take all the necessary steps for its security.
On Thursday, early in the morning, four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed in the encounter in Nagrota. A big haul of arms including 11AK-47 rifles, 29 grenades and three pistols was seized from these terrorists. These terrorists had Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) with messages received from Pakistan. These messages had originated from Shakkargarh in the Narowal district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The senders of the messages were handlers of these terrorists and they had asked the terrorists ‘Kahan Tak Pahunche?’ (Where have you Reached) and ‘Kya surat-e-haal hai?’ (What is the situation like).
It has been revealed that Rauf Asgar, the brother of Jaish chief Masood Azhar, was giving instructions to these terrorists. Also, Smartphones made in Pakistan and digital mobile radio of Qmobile and micro-electronics with coded messages were found in possession. The medicines found on the terrorists also have been manufactured by a company in Karachi. Therefore, substantial pieces of evidence to confirm the links of these terrorists with Pakistan, have been found by India. Thus, while praising the work of the security forces in the Nagrota encounter, the Indian Prime Minister openly mentioned the Pakistan connection with the terror plot. As per the analysts from Pakistan, the direct mention of Pakistan, by the Indian Prime Minister, is a strong warning for Pakistan. On Saturday, the Indian foreign ministry registered its protest, in strong words, regarding Pakistani involvement in the terrorist activities, by summoning the diplomats from the Pakistani embassy. Indian foreign ministry demanded that Pakistan should stop the business of assisting terrorists and instead take some decisive actions against the terrorist networks, operating in the country.
Meanwhile, with the memories of the black day of 26/11 approaching, the Indian Navy has asserted that it is fully prepared to bust any terror plot. Vice Admiral Murlidhar Sadashiv Pawar, the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff, clarified that the Indian Navy is fully prepared with all the factors linked to it, to counter any terrorism and other security challenges arising out of the marine region. The terrorists involved in the cowardly Mumbai terror attack on 26/11 had entered Mumbai through the marine route. Reports of more Pakistani terrorist organisations trying to infiltrate into India for terror attacks, through the marine route, also had been received. Against this background, the assurance of the Indian Navy becomes significant.