US dossier reports confirmed Pakistan’s role in Pathankot terror attack


New Delhi: In context of the Pathankot terror attack, over 1000 page record has been sent by United States Intelligence to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

In the reports, it was written that the terror attack was planned, organized, directed and co-ordinated from the Pakistani soil. However, it is confirmed that Pakistan-based anti-India outfit Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) carried out the attack at the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot.

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The reports were handed over to NIA by US Intelligence. It also includes conversations and chats between the infiltrators who attacked the IAF in Pathankot, and the terror lords who were situated in Pakistan.

The name of the JeM militants have been identified as Nasir Hussain, Abu Bakar, Umar Farooq and Abdul Qayum. It was finalized through the reports that they were in touch with their handlers till their death. The main accused behind those attacks were Kashif Jaan, a senior member of JeM.

In 2008, the terror attack of Mumbai was also done by Lashkar-e-Toiba. The terrorists who entered through the sea route, were constantly in touch with their coordinators based in Karachi.

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The dossier report leaves Pakistan in a humiliated position, as the nation has so far neglected to make a move against the culprits of wrongdoing, affirming absence of proof in the matter.

NIA has been given over the urgent proof identified with case during an era when Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is planned to visit Pakistan to go to the two-day SAARC summit starting from August 3.