Srinagar: After the terrorist attack on Amarnath pilgrims, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said in a press conference on Wednesday that all the people have condemned the attack here. There is no fear of any kind of passengers even after the attack. Security arrangements have been made for traveling and tightened. He said that the entire country was affected by the Amarnath attack. Speaking about casualties, he said that all the injured are undergoing proper treatment. With this, he said that the whole country stands with Jammu and Kashmir. Every movement in Kashmir has an impact in the country. With this, he said that the spirit of the country is connected with Kashmir. While appreciating the security forces, he said that we are proud of them.
It is noteworthy that on Monday night terrorist attack took place in Anantnag on a bus filled with pilgrims visiting Amarnath Yatra. In this attack, 7 devotees died and 19 others were injured. The driver’s bus was saved by the bus driver. In its entire investigation, it has been found in the investigation that the mastermind of the terrorist attack was Abu Ismail of the LeT network. It is being told that it had infiltrated into the Indian border two years ago. Since then, it is involved in terrorist activities here.
According to the information, it is active in South Kashmir and is a Pakistani citizen. Here it is the LeT commander. Police say that the terrorist attack was carried out by three militants of Lashkar-e-Taiba. Campaign for the search of commander Mohammed Abu Ismail, the commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), who is behind the attack on pilgrims going to Amarnath on Monday in Jammu and Kashmir, is in progress. Seven pilgrims were killed in this terrorist attack, and it was one of the most dangerous attacks made by the 26-year-old terrorist who operated in South Kashmir. Sources sitting in Delhi have told Emit Post that Pakistani citizen Mohammed Abu Ismail had crossed the border to Pakistan almost two years ago and came to India, and he is the local commander of Lashkar in southern Kashmir.