Terrorist’s diary may change the course of Uri case

  |   India News

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is basing its investigations on a "blue diary" recovered from one of the three Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists who were killed while attempting to storm an Army camp in Kupwara on October 6.

The diary could prove to be a vital piece of evidence as investigators suspect the September 18 attack on the Army camp in Uri too was carried out by LeT operatives, though the Army was quick to name the Jaish-e-Mohammad barely hours after the attack.

During the Pathankot operation, one of the Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists had hidden a live grenade in one of the pouches of his jacket before he was killed. This led to the death of NSG commando E.K. Niranjan when he was retrieving the body.

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