Kashmir terrorists carry Pakistan sim cards
The Indian Security Agencies revealed the first substantiated proof that Pakistan telecommunication networks are active in Indian Territory after Pakistani sim cards were recovered from the bodies of two Jaish-e-Mohammed militants — Abu Baker & Haider Bhai. The sim cards were recovered from the militants gunned down in the Kupwara district of the state of Jammu & Kashmir in February 2008. The findings clearly imply that mobile signals from Pakistan are present deep in the Indian hinterland.
The investigations have also revealed that telephone calls made from Kupwara were being transmitted from India to Pakistan via the Pakistani telecom network – Telenor. Security agencies have also uncovered that the militants have been making numerous calls to Pakistan over the past couple of years using the Pakistani telecom service. These findings are the first substantiated proof that Pak telecommunications networks are active in Indian Territory.