The Indian Army has said that the recoveries made from the terrorists killed during Naugam Operation on October 6 had Pakistani markings on it.
Pakistan Ordinance Factory markings were found on the hand grenades and the UBGL grenades recovered from the terrorists killed at Naugam. The recovery confirmed Pakistan’s complicity in abetting and equipping terrorism.
Four terrorists were eliminated in a gun battle with the Army in Naugam sector while they were trying to infiltrate from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir into the Valley.
The army, during the intervening night of October five and six foiled three infiltration bids along the LoC — two in Naugam sector and one in Rampur — of North Kashmir.
“The hand grenades recovered are ARGES 84 which are manufactured by Pakistan Ordinance Factory. Pakistan origin markings are also seen on the medicines and eatable items recovered,” the release by Army said.
“A large number of highly inflammable material, like six plastic explosive slabs, bottles of petroleum jelly, six bottles of inflammable liquid and six lighters were also recovered. Similar inflammable material was recovered at Poonch Incident of 11 September and Uri Incident of 18 September,” it added.
Other items recovered from the terrorists include: (a) AK 47 Rifles – 04
(b) Magazine AK 47 – 16
(c) Ammunition – 349 Rounds
(d) Radio set- 1
(e) GPS- 1
(f) Binocular- 1
(g) Wire cutter -2
(h) Samsung mobile – 1
(i) Rain Ponchos & Haversack – 4(each)
(j) First Aid kit – 1
(k) Clothing and eatable items Few days back National Security Advisor Ajit Doval reportedly briefed the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) that the Pakistani army had mobilised about 100 terrorists across the LoC to push them into India to carry out attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.