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Pampore attack
Terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba used the code word ‘Ahmad Wala Kaam’ to supply arms that fueled the Pampore terror attack in Kashmir last week. (Photo: IANS)

Terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba used the code word ‘Ahmad Wala Kaam’ to supply arms that fuelled the Pampore terror attack in Kashmir last week.

According to intelligence reports, the terrorists that entered India between 15-20 June
from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) with clear instructions to target security forces, used the code word to supply arms.

The security agencies believe that a control room consisting of 15-20 men from LeT,
ISI, Pakistan Army and software experts was setup in PoK to help the militants infiltrate the border.

Further, these terrorists were being provided local support by the surrendered terrorist Ruhul Amin Dhar, who dropped these terrorists at the attacking point in Pampore, while LeT commander for south Kashmir Abu Dujana arranged the logistics.

The agencies now suspect that LeT chief Hafiz Saeed’s son-in-law Khalid Waleed masterminded the attack that killed eight CRPF jawans and injured 22 others.

The 48-hour long gunfight between a group of heavily-armed guerrillas and security forces had started on Saturday when the militants attacked a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) bus at Sempora (Pampore) on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway.

The gunfight ended on Monday evening with security forces killing three guerrillas hiding in the JKEDI complex.

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