India summoned Pakistan High Commissioner after the Nagrota encounter. India hardens after Nagrota encounter, summoned Pakistan High Commissioner.
India has expressed its anger against Pakistan over the encounter with militants in Nagrota of Jammu and Kashmir two days ago.
The Foreign Ministry summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner in Delhi on this matter on Saturday.
India warned Pakistan that it should stop terrorist activities going on its land.
According to sources, India also said that in the interest of national security, India is ready to take any step.
Terrorists’ connection to Pakistan
The four terrorists killed in the encounter on Thursday in Nagrota of Jammu belonged to Jaish-e-Mohammed.
According to intelligence agencies, all these terrorists were sent for the purpose of a major attack during the District Development Council elections.
They were in constant contact with Rauf Lala, brother of Jaish kingpin Masood Azhar, sitting in Pakistan.
Investigation agencies said that at the time when the terrorists were attacked, Rauf Lala was giving instructions to all these terrorists.
Evidence found in India
The investigative agencies have now got strong evidence that these Jaish terrorists were sent from Pakistan and from there instructions were also given to them.
The investigating agency has received digital mobile radio from a Pakistani company from the terrorists.
Not only this, after seeing the message of the mobiles found from the terrorists, it is clear that the terrorists were constantly in contact with the bosses sitting in Pakistan.
According to intelligence agencies, digital mobile radio is manufactured by Pakistan-based company Micro Electronics.
PM Modi had a meeting
PM Modi had called a review meeting on the matter, in which Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla attended.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated this victory of the security forces. He wrote while tweeting that once again our soldiers have thwarted the terrorists’ attempt to destroy.