'Made in Pakistan' eatables, JuD T-shirts recovered from slain terrorists; Can Islamabad deny this evidence?

The terrorists killed by Indian Army jawans in an encounter in J&K's Poonch had T-shirts which had ‘Jamaat-ud-Dawa’ (JuD) written on them in Urdu. Also, weapons and 'Made in Pakistan' eatables have been recovered from the terrorists gunned down by jawans.

Updated: Dec 14, 2015, 10:08 AM IST
'Made in Pakistan' eatables, JuD T-shirts recovered from slain terrorists; Can Islamabad deny this evidence?

Poonch: The terrorists killed by Indian Army jawans in an encounter in J&K's Poonch had T-shirts which had ‘Jamaat-ud-Dawa’ (JuD) written on them in Urdu. Also, weapons and 'Made in Pakistan' eatables have been recovered from the terrorists gunned down by jawans.​

The JuD, headed by 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed, has been declared a terrorist organisation by the United Nations. 

According to CNN-IBN, the Indian security agencies have said that they have proof that JuD chief Hafeez Saeed is in touch with terror camps along the Indo-Pak border and is provoking them to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir to carry out terror activities in India.

The said encounter took place in Sabzian region of Poonch.

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