Pakistan Army's involvement confirmed in Indian soldier's beading
New Delhi: India has recovered solid evidence of Pakistan Army's involvement in the November 22 soldier beheading incident where Indian Army rifleman Prabhu Singh's mutilated body was found and two other soldiers were assassinated, said a senior Army officer on Monday.
According to the reports, the Army has recovered a night vision monocle, with "US government property" printed on it. The device was apparently sent to Pakistan by the United States to combat terrorist on the Afghanistan front. It is believed that a few of the devices were transferred to Pakistani Border Action Team or BAT members who allegedly executed the November 22 attack.
This, however, isn’t the first time when the combating devices with the marking "US government property" have been found in anti-terrorism operations in Kashmir.
There are a few more proofs that confirm Pakistan's involvement in the Machil attack which contain a medical gauze, recovered in Machil, with the marking of "Pakistan Defence Forces", medicines with markings of Lahore, Karachi and Multan, a tactical radio-set, several ammunition cartridges, wire cutters, food items, binoculars and sleeping bags.
The Indian Army, in its official statement on Wednesday after the talks between top Indian and Pakistani Army commanders, had described the beheading of the Indian soldier as "the un-ethical act of mutilation of the body of Indian soldiers posted close to the Line of Control by terrorists infiltrating from Pakistan".
The Indian Army officials, however, are very much confident that the terrorists who executed the Machil attack were the members of Pakistani Border Action Teams.