The terrorists killed in a meeting in Jammu were Pakistanis: the J-K police

JAMMU: He and said that the three Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists killed by the security forces on January 31 were Pakistanis, who had recently infiltrated from across the border.

Jammu and Kashmir police said on Friday they had recovered improvised explosion devices (IED), ready to be used in Nagrota, along with huge amounts of weapons, ammunition and communication equipment from Pakistani terrorists.

Recovered from 3 JeM terrorists killed in Pakistan on January 31. They had an IED ready to be used near Nagrota through a third person in a few days. He had been thrown in a convenient place on the Jammu-Srinagar road, Jammu and The Kashmir police tweet said Friday.

Recovery included rifles, guns and ammunition with steel core armor piercing machines that can pass through bulletproof vehicles of Level 3 protection.

Earlier, Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbagh Singh said Friday that preliminary reports suggested that the terrorists had crossed the international border (IB) on January 30.

According to preliminary reports, they all appear to be Pakistani terrorists and belonged to JeM, this group had crossed the international border (IB) from the Dayalachak area last night and were on their way to Srinagar Singh told reporters after the meeting.

The meeting had erupted between security forces and terrorists during vehicle control near Ban's toll plaza. A security staff member was also injured during the meeting.

Police had arrested the driver and the truck driver that the terrorists were using.

More research is underway.