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Lashker-e-Taiba terrorist captured alive; Time to hit back at Pakistan?

BJP MP and former home secretary RK Singh said on Wednesday that India needed to hit back in order to scare Pakistan.



Delhi: BJP MP and former home secretary RK Singh said on Wednesday that India needed to hit back in order to scare Pakistan.

“Until or unless we don’t hit back, Pakistan won’t be afraid of us,” Singh said, adding, “They (Pak) don’t have control on terrorism, Military and ISIS have controls over terrorism,” as per ANI.

Singh also said, “Nawaz is not in situation to deliver it.”

A suspected Pakistani terrorist was caught alive after militants today attacked a BSF convoy on Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Udhampur killing two men of the border guarding force and injuring 11 personnel while the other terrorist involved in the strike was shot dead in retaliatory fire.

The terrorist, who had escaped from the encounter site and taken three persons hostage in a school building in a nearby hamlet, was arrested after an operation was launched by the army and the police, defence sources said, as per PTI.

He is suspected to be a Lashker-e-Taiba militant. 

Meanwhile, the terrorist identified as Naved said, “It's fun doing this.”

He claimed before the media that he entered the Jammu region 12 days ago along with a fellow terrorist who was killed in retaliatory fire by BSF.

This is the first suspected Pakistani terrorist to be captured alive after Ajmal Kasab, who was nabbed during the dreaded terror attack in Mumbai in 2008.

(With PTI inputs)

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