NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India on Monday handed a dossier to the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council about a major attack that it said militants from Pakistan had attempted in the Indian part of Kashmir last week, government officials said.
The four militants, belonging to the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad, infiltrated into Indian Kashmir through a tunnel in the Samba area, the government said.
The heavily armed men carried radio sets, a mobile phone, medicines and foods all made in Pakistan, it said.
India says Pakistan gives material support to the militants fighting its rule in Muslim majority Kashmir, a charge that Islamabad denies.
Last week’s incident was part of Pakistan’s ongoing terror campaign in Kashmir, Shringla told the envoys.
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