Enough proof of Pakistan hand in Pulwama attack: Army chief

Enough proof of Pakistan hand in Pulwama attack: Army chief

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Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Thursday has categorically said that India has enough proof of Pakistan’s hand in the Pulwama terror attack.

Rejecting Imran Khan’s comment that the Pakistan had no role in the Pulwama terror attack, Bipin Rawat said: "We are aware of the truth. So we don't have to get carried away by any statement. The truth is known to us and our establishment."

He added, "Our intelligence agencies had given ample proof of what had happened in Pulwama and that is all I would like to say."

During his recent US visit, Imran Khan said, "A Kashmiri boy was radicalised after the brutalities of the Indian security forces and he carried out the attack.” As a justification, Khan said that although Jaish is based in Pakistan, it also has presence in Kashmir and thus the Pulwama attack is an "indigenous thing" that happened in India.

Forty CRPF personnel were killed on February 14 when a CRPF convoy was attacked by a Jaish terrorist who rammed an IED-laden vehicle into one of the trucks. Jaish-e-Mohammed later released a video of the terrorist who attacked the convoy and claimed responsibility for the attack.