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WATCH: 'JeM Is Child Of Pakistan Army', Says Lt. General KJS Dhillon Affirming Pak, ISI Involvement In Pulwama Terror Attack

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Lt. General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon said that the involvement of Pakistan Army and its secret agency ISI in the Pulwama attack has been proved

In the aftermath of the encounter in which three Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed in an operation in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama, the army, the CRPF and the Jammu and Kashmir police addressed a joint press briefing in Srinagar. During the press briefing, Lt. General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon, Corps Commander of Chinar Corps, Indian Army said that the involvement of Pakistan Army and its secret agency ISI in the Pulwama attack has been proved.

"JeM is the son of Pak Army. It was being controlled by Pakistan Army and ISI. So, Pakistan Army is definitely involved in the incident and there is no doubt in that. The complete (Pulwama) attack was masterminded by Pakistan, ISI and JeM," Lt. General KJS Dhillon said. 

He further stated that the top leadership of Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed who carried out the Pulwama terror attack has been eliminated from Kashmir.

"Kamran was chief operations commander of JeM in Kashmir. He was a Pakistani and he was being handled by JeM of Pakistan in support of ISI and Pak Army. He was the top commander of JeM who carried on the Feb 14 convoy attack. We have eliminated the top commander of JeM who carried on the attack," he added. 

READ: MASSIVE VICTORY FOR FORCES: 3 Jaish-e-Mohammed Terrorists Killed In Pulwama Encounter 

Sending a stern warning to the Pakistan army and the terrorists, the Indian army further stated that 'anyone who will pick up a gun, will be eliminated'. 

"Anyone who picks up gun in Kashmir will be eliminated, unless they surrender", he added.

Three JeM terrorists, including two top commanders who carried out the Pulwama terror attack, were killed in a fierce 16-hour encounter in south Kashmir on Monday.

READ: Pulwama Attack Shows Time For Talks Over, Hesitation To Act Against Terror Akin To Encouraging It: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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