Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) boss Masood Azhar had tended to units of the terror outfit and guaranteed that “Pakistan isn’t finished without Kashmir” days before a suicide bomber, connected with the outfit, drove an explosives-loaded vehicle into a CRPF caravan in Pulwama, Jammu & Kashmir, and killed 40 troopers, as indicated by investigators.
The audio of the indicated location by Azhar is a piece of the proof given by New Delhi to Islamabad against Azhar and JeM exercises in Kashmir, sources said.
Scarcely 10 days before the February 14 Pulwama assault, the Jaish chief paid “tributes to the aggressors killed in Kashmir”, and said that “Kashmir will achieve freedom soon, alongside freedom for all Muslims of India”, as per the audio message.
The audio is apparently from a location conveyed by Azhar on February 5.
In the audio, he is heard drawing the comparison between the United State’s position in Afghanistan and India’s position in the Valley. “The US has come to consult in Afghanistan, India excessively will be constrained to ask for dealings before the following Kashmir solidarity day. On the off chance that all Muslims of Kashmir join against India, triumph can be accomplished inside a month… ,” he is heard saying.
The proof put together by India comes when New Delhi is squeezing for a prohibition on the Jaish boss at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and after Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi conceded that “Azhar is in Pakistan however is exceptionally sick”.
“The audio obviously demonstrates that the genius behind Pathankot, Uri and ongoing Pulwama assaults keeps on working and impel assaults against India,” a top North block authority said.
In the audio, Azhar did not mention about the Pulwama attack. However, intelligence reports speculate his call for solidarity in Kashmir implies that he was arranging a major attack. The organizations at the time had not been able to decode it, resulting in the attack, sources indicated.
In the most recent dossier on exercises of JeM, India is found out to have recorded names of 40 activists — every one of them is Pakistani nationals — who were prepared and trained at the Balakot training center in later past. Names and subtleties of those prepared at the camp, as indicated by the documents, is also accessible with Pakistani organizations.
These cadres prepared at Balakot originated from eight unique locales of Pakistan. And were matured somewhere in the range of 17 and 23 years, an authority confirmed.
On February 26, Indian Aviation based armed forces had annihilated JeM training camps at Balakot in a “non-military” strike.
Referring to another audio message from Azhar, not long after the passing of his nephew Usman Hyder, the dossier states, “Azhar persuaded the cadres to pursue strides of Usman.”
Usman, 18, was the child of Ibrahim Azhar, the JeM chief’s elder brother. Who was instrumental in hijacking an Air India flight in 1999 that helped secure Masood Azhar’s release. Usman was executed amid a gunfight with security forces in Preliminary, in J&K, on October 30 a year ago.