Terrorist attack: India summons pakistan high commission officers over nagrota terrorist encounter | Terrorist attack: India strict on Nagrota conspiracy, summoned to Pakistan High Commission official

Digital Desk, New Delhi. India has increased its vigor after the evidence of the Pakistan connection of the terrorists killed in the encounter in Nagrota on Thursday. The Ministry of External Affairs has summoned a Pakistan High Commission official on the issue. India lambasted Pakistan for plotting terror attacks and said that it should stop raising terrorists on its land. Let us know that the Pakistan connection has been found from the things recovered from the terrorists killed in Nagrota encounter. The report said that the terrorists were in constant contact with their masters in Pakistan.

PM’s meeting after thwarting terrorist plot in Nagrota

News agency ANI quoted government sources as saying that the Indian government is taking all steps necessary to protect the nation. Many things made in Pakistan were recovered from the terrorists in Nagrota encounter. All the four terrorists killed there were associated with Jaish-e-Mohammed.

Let us tell you that on Friday, Prime Minister Modi called a high-level meeting after the encounter to get information about the situation. Later, he praised the security forces and said that the nefarious plot failed due to the alertness of the brave soldiers.

PM Narendra Modi said, ‘Our security forces once again displayed great bravery and professionalism. Because of his vigilance, he has defeated a nefarious plot to end grassroots democratic efforts in Jammu and Kashmir. The encounter of 4 terrorists associated with Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed and the presence of large quantities of weapons and explosives from them indicates that the plot has been foiled once again.

The encounter took place on Thursday, let us tell you that 4 terrorists of Jaish were killed in an encounter on Thursday near Nagrota in Jammu. The terrorists were carrying huge quantities of arms and ammunition in the truck. The top police official said that 11 AK-47 rifles and pistols were also recovered from the terrorists.

Jammu and Kashmir Police DG Dilbag Singh had said that a group of 4 Jaish-e-Mohammed militants had infiltrated India from the international border in Samba on Wednesday night. The four were traveling in a truck headed to Kashmir. The truck was stopped by the police near the toll plaza after which all four were killed in an encounter.


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