India has given proof to Pakistan on Uri attack which it claimed originated from their soil.
Indian Express reported that foreign Secretary S Jaishankar summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and told him that the government had evidence that Uri attack originated from territory under Pakistani control.
Jaishankar told Indian Express one of the two guides, now in custody, had identified one of the four terrorists from photographs and said he too belonged to Muzaffarabad. The guide also named two Pakistan-based handlers.
During questioning, Faizal told the National Investigation Agency (NIA) that they had guided and facilitated the border crossing of the group that attack the Army camp.
“In his preliminary statement, he identified as among the slain attackers one Hafiz Ahmed s/o Feroz, r/o village Dharbang, Muzaffarabad. He also revealed details of the two handlers of this operation — Mohd Kabir Awan and Basharat,” Swarup had said.
The Uri attack claimed 18 soldiers lives on September 18.