Minister of state, Kiren Rijiju, claims that the Home Ministry had substantial evidence against Pakistan involving the terror attacks in Uri on Sunday that shook the nation.
According to sources, Rijiju asserted the existence of such evidence on Monday, a day after the Lt. Gen. Ranbir Singh, had said that the terrorists belonged to the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) outfit.
In another statement, Rijiju added, “We must not pay heed to Pakistan’s reactions. Everything is in front of people.”
The Army on Sunday had said that the four terrorists killed after they slaughtered 20 soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir were foreigners and belonged to Pakistan-based JeM.
“They were all foreigners and belonged to the Jaish-e-Mohammed,” Gen Ranbir Singh said.
Jaish-e-Mohammed was also blamed for the January attack on an Indian Air Force base in Pathankot.