new Delhi: After the Nagrota encounter, the Indian Foreign Ministry has summoned a Pakistani diplomat based in Delhi today. India has sought a response from Pakistan on the Nagrota encounter and sent an official of Pakistan High Commission at 11 pm today. Four terrorists were killed in an encounter by security forces on Thursday morning near the toll plaza in Nagrota, Jammu. The encounter began after security forces stopped a truck in which the terrorists were hiding.
Terrorists were in contact with Pakistan
The terrorists killed in Nagrota encounter have been exposed to direct connection with the Pakistani Army. The Pakistani army itself had infiltrated the Indian border of terrorists. The militants had infiltrated into Jammu from Shakargarh in Pakistan. Shakargarh is the area where the headquarters of Pakistani Rangers is located.
There is a strict vigil in the area where the headquarters of the army is, security personnel are stationed at every place. Therefore, it is confirmed that the Pakistani Rangers had chosen the safe path for the intrusion of the four terrorists. Therefore, these terrorists managed to escape from the eyes of the Indian Army.
Pakistan’s China connection
The collusion of Pakistani Rangers and terrorists is also proved by the stock of arms. Only an army can provide such a large number of weapons to terrorists. 6 AK-56s, 5 AK-47s, an under-barrel grenade launcher, three pistols, 30 Chinese bombs, 120 ammo were recovered in a cache of these weapons. This was the first such incident in Jammu that such a large number of weapons were recovered. All these weapons are used by any army.
Chinese marking has been found on the weapons which have been recovered in large quantities with the terrorists. ‘Made in China’ is also written on these weapons. This means Pakistan is taking arms from China and then using it for terrorist incidents in India.
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