India has issued a dossier to Pakistan on Pulwama terror attack on Wednesday after the Ministry of External Affairs summoned the Acting High Commissioner to South Block.
A dossier was handed over to Pakistan side with specific details of Jaish-e-Mohammed complicity in Pulwama terror attack and the presence of its terror camps and its leadership in Pakistan. It was also conveyed to the envoy that India expects Pakistan to take immediate and verifiable action against terrorism emanating from territories under its control.
Pakistan Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider Shah was summoned earlier on Wednesday amidst high tension over the Pulwama terror attack and Pakistan's attempt to infiltrate into India which occurred early on February 27.
Pakistan had attempted to target India's military installations earlier on Wednesday in retaliation to the IAF's precision strike that decimated the Pakistani terror bases across the LoC on Tuesday.
While Indian Air Force thwarted the attempt during which they also shot down of one Pakistani aircraft. However, in the anti-Pak operation, one Indian MIG-21 was lost, with the pilot currently missing in action, as confimed by the MEA. Pakistan has claimed the pilot in its custody.
The summons comes amidst Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's statement where he said that "anything is possible" after Indian Forces struck at teror camps across LoC.
"The kind of things that we see... I remember when the Naval SEALs of United State took Osama Bin Laden from Abbottabad (Pakistan)... then can't we do the same? This used to be just an imagination, a desire, a frustration, a disappointment. But today this is possible," he said.
Earlier on Wednesday, in a big diplomatic win for India, Pakistan's all weather friend China called for Pakistan to stop its support of terror groups and use of them in geopolitical goals.
The joint statement of the 16th Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Russian Federation, the Republic of India and the People’s Republic of China said, "...the countries stresses that terrorist groups cannot be supported and used in political and geopolitical goals."