pulwama attack

A’black day’ at the history of India – February 14, 2021 marks two Years of the Pulwama terror attack, when 40 Indian troops were martyred in a few of their worst terror strikes in Jammu and Kashmir. It happened after a suicide bomber rammed an IED-laden vehicle into the security convoy. The convoy had 78 buses in which around 2,500 employees were traveling from Jammu to Srinagar. The attack, that was reported near Awantipora at almost 3:15 pm resulted in the passing of 40 CRPF jawans, while others were left injured.

Days later, the attack was maintained by Pakistan-based terrorist team Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). A 22-year-old suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar had rammed the explosive-laden vehicle into the bus. JeM had released a movie of this assailant Adil from Kakapora, who’d joined the group a year before.

A 12-member group, that was discharged by the National Investigation Agency, to probe the Pulwama terror attack worked with all the Jammu and Kashmir police. Initial investigations suggested the car was taking over 300 kilograms (660 lb) of explosives, including 80 kilograms (180 pound ) of RDX, a high volatile and ammonium nitrate.

Lt Gen Hooda said that the explosives might have been stolen out of a Building website. He originally said that it wasn’t possible that they had been smuggled from across the border, but afterwards said he couldn’t rule it out.

Later, the National Investigation Agency was able to establish and Confirm the identity of the suicide bombers since DNA samples from”meagre fragments of this car” used in suicide attacks matched with Adil Ahmad Dar’s daddy. However, after a year of investigation, NIA was not able to trace the source of explosives.

After the Pulwama terror attack, the authorities of India urged the Financial Action Task Force Laundering (FATF) to place Pakistan on the blacklist. The FATF decided to keep it on the’grey list’ and also gave Pakistan time until October 2019 to comply with the 27 conditions it was laid down in June 2018, if it was placed on the’grey list’, with a attending caveat. If Pakistan didn’t honor, it could be added to the blacklist. On 17 February, the state administration revoked security provisions for separatist leaders.

On February 26, twelve Mirage 2000 jets of the Indian Air Force India claimed that it assaulted a Jaish-e-Mohammed training camp and killed a high number of terrorists, reported to be between 300 and 350. Meanwhile, Pakistan maintained that they immediately scrambled jets to intercept the IAF jets, who dropped their payloads to swiftly return over the Line of Control.

Jammu and Kashmir in retaliation for the Indian airstrike the day before. Both Pakistan and India agreed that no harm has been caused by Pakistan’s airstrike. Nonetheless, in an ensuing dogfight involving Pakistani and Indian jets, an Indian MiG-21 was taken down over Pakistan and its pilot – Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was seized. Pakistan afterwards published Varthaman on March 1.
Since 2015, Pakistan-based terrorists in Kashmir have increasingly Taken to high-profile suicide attacks against the Indian security forces. In July 2015, three gunmen had attacked a bus and police station in Gurdaspur. In February and June 2016, terrorists had murdered nine and eight security employees respectively in Pampore.

In September 2016, four assailants had assaulted an Indian Army Brigade headquarters at Uri killing 19 soldiers. On 31 December 2017, the Commando Training Centre in Lethpora was assaulted by militants murdering five safety personnel. These attacks took place in the Area of the Jammu Srinagar National Highway.

Indian can not forget this day what Pakistani terrorists are complete in the land. India have a terrific foreign policy and bringing an increasing number of nation to encourage India.