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JeM ultras behind attack: Army

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NEW DELHI, Sept 18 - Stung by the deadliest ever attack on the Army in Jammu and Kashmir, DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh today called up his counterpart in Pakistan expressing �serious concerns� over Pakistani markings found on the equipment used by four �foreign� terrorists suspected to be belonging to Pakistan-based terror group JeM.

�All four killed were foreign terrorists and had carried with them items which had Pakistani markings. Initial reports indicate that the slain terrorists belong to Jaish-E-Mohammed tanzeem,� Lt Gen Singh said in a brief statement to the media at the South Block here.

He said since �the terrorists had some items with Pakistani markings, I have spoken to Pakistan DGMO and conveyed our serious concern on the same.�

He said the terrorists had fired incendiary ammunition along with automatic fire of small arms that led to army tents and temporary shelters catching fire. � PTI

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JeM ultras behind attack: Army

NEW DELHI, Sept 18 - Stung by the deadliest ever attack on the Army in Jammu and Kashmir, DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh today called up his counterpart in Pakistan expressing �serious concerns� over Pakistani markings found on the equipment used by four �foreign� terrorists suspected to be belonging to Pakistan-based terror group JeM.

�All four killed were foreign terrorists and had carried with them items which had Pakistani markings. Initial reports indicate that the slain terrorists belong to Jaish-E-Mohammed tanzeem,� Lt Gen Singh said in a brief statement to the media at the South Block here.

He said since �the terrorists had some items with Pakistani markings, I have spoken to Pakistan DGMO and conveyed our serious concern on the same.�

He said the terrorists had fired incendiary ammunition along with automatic fire of small arms that led to army tents and temporary shelters catching fire. � PTI

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