JeM terrorists were involved in Uri attack in J and K: DGMO
The four fidayeens who were involved in the attack of brigade headquarters in Uri sector on Sunday belonged to terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad of Pakistan
Srinagar: The four fidayeens who were involved in the attack of brigade headquarters in Uri sector on Sunday belonged to terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad of Pakistan, the Director General Military Operations(DGMO) confirmed.
As many as 17 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the attack in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir by four suicide squad terrorists. DGMO Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh said that four AK-47 , grenades, rocket launchers and ammunition in large quantity, all Pakistan marked, was recovered from their possession.
Immediately after the early morning incident, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh cancelled his visit to United States and Russia and convened an emergent high-level meeting to review the security mechanism in J and K. the Prime Minister Narendra Modi was apprised of the meeting and the situation by Rajnath who blamed Pakistan for its direct role in terror attack.
Reacting sharply, the PM also fumed that no culprit would go unpunished in the wake of this incident.
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