Nagrota terror attack was executed by Afzal Guru Brigade
New Delhi: The Nagrota terror attack was executed by the Afzal Guru Brigade of the terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, informed the sources on Wednesday.
The Pakistan-based Deobandi jihadist group had founded the Afzal Guru Brigade three years back.
The sources further revealed that the investigating officials have recovered a piece of paper which has something written in Urdu language. The actual meaning of the content written on the paper is yet to be understood, but it, reportedly, carries the name of terrorist Afzal Guru.
Allegedly, the meaning of the Urdu content is – Hail Jaish-e-Mohammed, From Tangdaar to Delhi, the Jaanisaars of Shaheed Afzal Guru would keep rising.
According to BSF officials, the terrorists killed in Samba shootout was planning to blow the running trains and train lines with IED explosives. For the same, the terrorists had brought five bottles of 'trinitroglycerin', a liquid explosive, here with them.
Arun Kumar, BSF ADG and Special Director General (Western Command), claimed if his soldiers would have failed to kill the terrorists, it would have been harmful for the core area at large. The terrorists had plans to cause disaster at large levels.
BSF DG KK Sharma, talking to media persons in New Delhi, said that the Indian soldiers have killed 15 Pakistani Rangers and 10 terrorists since the Army men successfully executed the surgical strike in the Pakistan occupied Pakistan (PoK).
Nagrota Terror Attack: Soldiers’ wives averted hostage crises
In a bad news for India, few suspected terrorists infiltrated into Indian boundaries through Samba sector on Tuesday night. The sources have informed that the terrorists intruded through a small tunnel. The army, however, don’t have any equipment to trace such tunnels.
It is to tell you that the Indian Army is still on the lookout for any hidden terrorist in the Nagrota area where three terrorists launched attack and killed seven soldiers.