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India produces proof to Pakistani envoy on Uri attack

India has produced the proof to Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit yesterday in Delhi that the terrorists who attacked an army base in Uri came over from Pakistan.

Basit was informed that two men arrested with the help of villagers have said they belong to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir and served as “guides” to help the four terrorists cross over the border.

One of the dead terrorists has been identified, like the guides, as a resident of Muzzaffarabad.

The goverment summoned Basit after the September 18, attack, where a group of terrorists attacked the army camp with AK-47s and grenades; in which 18 soldiers were killed.

The Pakistani High Commissioner was also informed by Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar that a third Pakistani recently arrested has revealed that he trained with the terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba for several weeks.

Till now, Pakistan has so far openly rejected all the allegations of its involvement in the Uri strike. In the past in January, when the air force base in Pathankot was attacked by Pakistani terrorists; seven military personnel were killed.

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