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Pulwama Attack: Pakistan's retired General said, 'suicide bombing will take place in J&K soon;' here's the video proof

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 15 February 2019, 12:14 IST

In a heinous terrorist attack that took place in in Awantipora, in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday where at least 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel have been killed after a suicide bomber in a Mahindra Scorpio car loaded with over 350 kilograms of explosives rammed into a convoy carrying over 2,500 CRPF troop on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway.

The attack is believed to be the deadliest attack in three decades in Jammu and Kashmir. The terrorist group behind this attack is Pakistani-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM).


Meanwhile, Indian government has slammed the Pakistan government for giving support to the terror organisation. On the other side, Pakistan has rejected the allegations of being involved in the attack and called the attack as ‘a matter of grave concern.’

After the attack, ANI editor Smita Prakash has shared a video on her official Twitter handle in which retired Pakistani General can be seen talking about the suicide bombing will take place in Jammu and Kashmir soon.

She captioned the video, ‘Retired Pakistani General (ISI) a few months ago on TV clearly saying that suicide bombing will take place in Jammu & Kashmir soon. He says it is only then that the world will become ‘aware’ of the issue. HOW did he know huh? Is he part of the plot?’

Here's the video proof:

 

Moreover, minutes after the terror attack, the militant identified as Adil Ahmad Dar, who carried out the attack, JeM released a video that was shot before the attack. In the video, Adil can be seen sitting in front of the JeM flag and along with deadly weapons. 

 

Also read: Pulwama Attack: JeM released last video message of the suicide bomber who carried out the attack, minutes after the ghastly attack

First published: 15 February 2019, 11:26 IST
 
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