Government has credible information that the terror attack in Pathankot was hatched by some elements in Pakistan, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Saturday.
“We have credible information that this attack was sponsored by some elements across the border,” Rijiju, Minister of State for Home, told reporters.
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Rijiju said central security agencies were working in close coordination with Punjab Police in the entire operation to eliminate the terrorists, who attacked an Indian Air Force base.
In a pre-dawn attack, a group of heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists, suspected to be belonging to Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, struck at an Air Force base in Punjab, leading to a fierce gun-battle in which three security personnel were killed.
Four attackers were also killed in the encounter.