Uri attack: Foreign secretary slaps Pak with proof

New Delhi, Sept 26: India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar today presented proof of Pakistan's role in the Uri attacks. The proof was presented to the Pakistan High Commisioner in India, Abdul Basit. The foreign secretary told Basit that continued cross border terrorism and attacks from Pakistan is unacceptable.

Jaishankar informed Basit that the ongoing investigation into the Uri attacks had revealed that the two guides who helped the terrorists had been apprehended by the local villagers. The guides have been identified as Faizal Hussain (20) and Yasin Khurshid (19), both residents of Muzzafarabad.

Foreign secretary slaps Pak with proof

Further Basit was also told that preliminary investigations had revealed that one of the attackers went by the name Hafiz Ahmed who is the son of Firoze a resident of Dharbhang in Muzzafarabad. Basit was also informed that the handlers had been identified as Mohammad Kabir Awan and Basharat.

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The Uri attack case is being investigated by the National Investigating Agency. The NIA has sent for forensic examination the GPS sets used by the terrorists. This would help the NIA ascertain the exact route taken by the terrorists.

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