Our (Viewers Corner News) correspondent learned that Pakistan authorities have arrested key suspects of last month (14 February 2019) suicide bombing attack that killed 40 Indian soldiers in Indian-controlled Kashmir which the outlawed Jaish-e-Mohammad group claimed responsibility for. According to the report, 44 suspects were arrested including Mufti Abdul Rauf whom the brother (Masood Azhar) is the leader of Jaish-e-Mohammad group. Last week India launched airstrike inside Pakistan, claiming that it targeted those militants behind the suicide bombing. This triggered dangerous tension between the two nuclear armed neighbours (India and Pakistan). In retaliation, Pakistan shot down two Indian fighter jets in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir and captured Indian pilot (Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman) who was later handed back to India near a border crossing with Pakistan.
Source: Viewers Corner News.