Ban Toll Plaza Encounter: Pak Mobile Found From Terrorists

Ban Toll Plaza Encounter: Pak mobile found from terrorists opened the secret, messages were getting from moment to moment.

The messages received in the smartphone recovered from the four Pakistani terrorists of Jaish-e-Muhammad, who were killed in an encounter at Ban toll plaza of Nagrota, are shocking.

It is clear from these messages that the terrorists were in constant contact with their masters sitting across the border (in Pakistan). Their handlers were also taking the news of him from moment to moment.

where to reach? … what is the position right now, Is there any difficulty? … at two o’clock, then tell. These messages came from smartphones manufactured by Pakistani company Micro Electronics.

The terrorists’ letters have also been taken from this smartphone. These messages were being received continuously from the Sialkot belt across the international border.

A wireless set and a GPS have also been recovered from the terrorists. It is believed that Abdul Rauf Lala, brother of Jaish kingpin Masood Azhar, was in touch with these terrorists.

Intelligence agencies had earlier reported that Rauf was in Shakkargarh across the international border in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district in Jammu division.

There is also a launch pad of terrorists in Shakkargarh. Where Rauf was seen in many areas along the international border.

Ban Toll Plaza Encounter: The conspiracy was hatched in Bahawalpur, Jaish’s headquarters:

According to sources, the plot to attack Pulwama or Mumbai during the District Development Council (DDC) elections in Jammu and Kashmir.

The plan was composed under the supervision of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and Jaish chief, Masood Azhar.

Abdul Rauf Lala has been given the responsibility of the district Sialkot belt. He along with Jaish’s top commander Qazi Tarar planned the attack.

In Bahawalpur, there was a meeting in Jaish’s headquarters in which Maulana Abu Axjadal, Jaish’s Mufti Tausif, Rauf, and ISI top officials attended. During this time, the roadmap for the attack was prepared.

After this, the terrorists were assigned the responsibility of infiltration and attack in the Indian border after training at the launch pad of Jaish in Shakkargarh.

Three Jaish camps are running near the international border, in addition to Shakkargarh, there are also two launch pads across the border of Samba and RSpura sectors.

Weapons dropped from drones.

Security agencies believe that the weapons and ammunition recovered from the slain militants were dropped from drones at Hiranagar, RSpura subsector Arnia, and Samba on the international border.

In the last few days, the drone movement has been seen quite near the international border. These drones are used for Reiki and for dropping weapons and ammunition.

Infiltration was done a few days ago: Security agencies also believe that these terrorists had entered Indian territory from the Samba sector only a few days ago and were sheltered by their overground workers.

It is also believed that these terrorists had come once before and returned to Pakistan after performing Reiki.

The Basantar nallah flowing into the Ramgarh sector on the international border is believed to be the route of their infiltration.

This drain goes to Pakistan and it also has less water which can be easily crossed. Security agencies are scouting the sensors on the border so that the movement of the terrorists can be detected.

IG NS Jamwal and DIG Sukhdev Singh of Jammu Frontier have also gone to different sectors on the international border and investigated themselves.

It is quite difficult to see the movement of enemies due to reeds in Pakistani territory across the border.

Wet sand and soil filled with cement sack will also rise Raj: The truck and the truck that the terrorists had built to protect themselves from the security forces, the sand, and soil found in it was wet.

The sand was filled in empty cement sacks and bunker-shaped armor was made on the back of the truck. In front of these sacks, rice was also filled in empty cement sacks.

Wet sacks of sand and mud prove that they were recently filled. Forensic experts are also investigating this soil and sand. The investigation will reveal where this mud and sand was filled.

When they entered the military camp, there was a lot of devastation: The kind of bunker built on the back of the truck shows that the intention of the terrorists was very dangerous.

Such a large amount of weapons recovered from the terrorists indicates that these terrorists could enter a military camp on the way along the Jammu-Srinagar highway and spend hours there.

However, their conspiracy was foiled by the security forces.

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