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India summons Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit

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Published on 9 Aug 2016 7:48 PM GMT

India summons Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit
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New Delhi: The New Delhi on Tuesday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit after a Lashkar-e-Taibaa (LeT) terrorist was caught alive in Kashmir.

With this, India has presented one more evidence to Pakistan on its support to cross-border terrorism.

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The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) statement read:

"We strongly protest against the continued infiltration of terrorists with instructions to carry out attacks in Indian from Pakistan," said an MEA statement.

The terrorist:

Bahadur Ali, the terrorist who was caught alive, has been interrogated by the sleuths of National Investigation Agency (NIA). He was apparently part of a group whose other members were killed by the forces.

The Government of India has maintained that violence in Kashmir was a handiwork being carried out by Pakistan supported terrorist outfits.

The NIA investigation concluded that Bahadur Ali also operates under an alias, Abu Saifullah, from Jia Bagga in Raiwind, Lahore.

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