Strict message of India- Pakistan should stop harboring terror, otherwise all necessary steps will be taken

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India has given a strong message that Pakistan should stop harboring terror on its own land, after thwarting the terror attack plot in Nagrota, Jammu, and Kashmir. India is determined and determined to take all necessary steps for its national security in the fight against terrorism.


The Indian Foreign Ministry summoned a senior diplomat of the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi and expressed strong opposition. During this, Pakistan bluntly said, expressed, and said that it should stop the policy of harboring terror and terrorist activities from its land.


India also asked Pakistan to destroy the infrastructure created by terrorist organizations to carry out attacks in other countries. India reiterated its long-standing demand that Pakistan fulfills its international obligations and bilateral commitments so that its territories under its control are not in any way used in terrorism against India.


India is seriously worried about the frequent attacks of Jaish

The Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement saying, Indian security forces foiled the plan of a major terrorist attack on 19 November 2020 in Nagrota, Jammu. Initial reports have revealed that the terrorists killed in the encounter were related to Jaish-e-Mohammed of Pakistan.

The United Nations and many countries have imposed a ban against this terrorist organization. The Government of India expresses serious concern about the frequent terrorist attacks of Jaish in the country. It is noteworthy that in the encounter in Nagrota, four Jaish terrorists in a truck were killed.

Pulwama also had a hand, now wanted to disrupt local elections

The ministry said, in the past too Jaish has been carrying out attacks against India. Jaish was also involved in the terrorist attack in Pulwama in February 2019. The massive arms and ammunition recovered from the militants killed in the Nagrota encounter confirm that the terrorists wanted to disturb peace and security in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. These terrorists wanted to disrupt the democratic process of the District Development Council elections to be held especially in Jammu and Kashmir.

The evidence of the terrorists being Pakistani from the recovered items

Large-scale weapons and ammo were recovered from the slain militants. Many such items were also recovered, which testified that the terrorists were Pakistani. For example, radio, mobile messages, shoes, and medicines recovered from the terrorists, there is evidence of terrorists being Pakistan.