Ahead of Rajnath’s visit to Islamabad,US report confirms Pakistan’s role in Pathankot attack

Pathankot Air Force base

A dossier sent by the United States strengthened  India’s assertion that Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) handlers’ were involvement in Pathankot Indian Air Force (IAF) base terror attack in January this year.

The entire Facebook conversations  between the JeM handlers is a crucial evidence ahead of Home Minister Rajnath’s visit to Pakistan for SAARC summit

The US has handed over evidence consisting of over 1000 pages of chats and conversations between Pathakot attack handler Kashif Jaan and the four fidayeen who were killed during the operation, to the NIA.

The data comprises messages and conversations that took place between handler Kashif Jaan and the four JeM Pakistan based fidayeens who were eventually killed .
Jaan was using a Facebook account connected to the same mobile number which the attackers called from Pathankot after abducting Punjab police SP Salwinder Singh, apart from Whatsapp chats and use of other platforms, says the report.
These accounts were accessed around and during the time of the Pathankot attack. The IP addresses used were found to be those of telecom firms (Telenor and Pakistan TeleCommunications Company Ltd, Islamabad)
According to a report, the conversations make it clear that the terror strike on Pathankot was micro-managed from Pakistan.
The Al-Rahmat Trust, that funds the JeM, was also contacted by these mobile numbers discovered by the US upon the request of the NIA
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