According to sources, it has been revealed in the meeting that the Jaish terrorists killed in the encounter were plotting a major attack on the 26/11 anniversary.
New Delhi| Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held a review meeting on the encounter in Nagrota, Kashmir. Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and top officials of intelligence agencies were present in the meeting. According to sources, it has been revealed in the meeting that the Jaish terrorists killed in the encounter were plotting a major attack on the 26/11 anniversary. In the meeting, Modi said that the plans to destroy democracy in Jammu and Kashmir have failed due to the killing of terrorists.
PM also praised the vigilance of the security forces. He said that a big conspiracy has failed due to the killing of four terrorists of Pakistan’s terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. It is clear that seeing the stock of weapons recovered from the terrorists, they were planning on destroying democracy at the grassroots level in Jammu and Kashmir.
The terrorists had planned the attack before the election
Sources said that these terrorists may be associated with the banned organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. They had infiltrated into India recently. For this attack, they adopted the old strategy. However, on Thursday, Jammu Zone IG Mukesh Singh had told that these terrorists were plotting a big attack before the Zilla Parishad elections. These elections are to be held in 8 phases between 28 November and 19 December. Counting is due on 22 December.
Investigation of numbers found from mobile of terrorists
Security sources said that the terrorists had reached the National Highway between Samba and Hiranagar on Thursday night through mountain drains. They sat in the truck around 3 am. These terrorists were helped by the launchpad in Sialkot, Pakistan. Their handler here, Mo. Rauf was there. Rauf is the mastermind of the Jaish module of Sialkot. Police have received some numbers from the mobiles of the terrorists, they are being investigated.