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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

PAK CAULDRON: Intercepts show Pak handlers guiding terrorists in Kashmir!!


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Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Updated: July 26, 2011 19:00 IST.


New Delhi:  The Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan will meet in New Delhi on Wednesday. High on the agenda is a discussion on terror.

India has repeatedly warned that Pakistan must stop cross-border terrorism. The latest evidence accessed by NDTV shows how Pakistan continues to support groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the Jaish-e-Mohammed, and how terrorist attacks that play out in Kashmir are directed carefully from across the Line of Control (LoC).

Gunshots are heard in quick succession as a man says, "We have been trapped ... they have killed two ...can you hear the firing going on?" This is the voice of Saquid, a terrorist of the LeT, updating his Pakistani handler on July 15 as he exchanged fire with the Indian Army. Hours later, he would be shot dead in along with four other terrorists in the Kupwara's Lolab Valley, in a town 120 km from Srinagar. One soldier was also killed, four were injured.

The terrorists were holed up in a house owned by civilians. 

As the battle between the terrorists and the Army raged, Indian intelligence officials used radio intercepts to monitor the conversations between of the terrorists. 

As Indian troops slowly closed in, Saquib tells his handler, "Don't worry we will try to get out of this ...even if we don't get out, don't worry." His handler asks, "Who is firing now?"  Saquib responds, "The military."

The day, they stop fomenting terror in their neighbourhood, they own county would become free of any terror!


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