A day after four separate attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, it is now clear that the terrorists were planning a sustained, coordinated operation. Network18 has accessed pictures of several food supplies recovered from the six dead terrorists in Uri, which showed that they were planning to remain entrenched for the long haul. The recovered food packets are well packed and labelled in Urdu. The terrorists were also carrying biscuits and dry fruits, from brands sold in Pakistan. Similar recoveries had been made from the terrorists who carried out the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai. Kashmir Valley was rocked by four terror attacks by terrorists from across the border who stormed an army camp in Uri leaving 11 security personnel including a Lt Colonel dead and killed two civilians in Tral. The attacks and gun battles with security forces which in all left 21 people dead also included a top commander of Pakistan-based terror outfit LeT and seven terrorists. Srinagar and Shopian were the other two places where the terrorists struck. India is calling it Pakistan’s desperate bid to disrupt the Assembly elections in the State which has witnessed a high voter turnout in the first two phases. Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag is in Kashmir to review the situation which is his second visit within this fortnight. The attack came just three days after a 72 per cent voter turnout was registered in the second phase of incident-free Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday in a rerun of record polling in the first phase. The simultaneous attack at four places reminds of 26/11 and was to sustain for longtime causing maximum damage and to disrupt the peaceful election process in Jammu and Kashmir. The way attacks were launched and carried out and with the recovery of food packets normally used by Pakistan army can there still be any doubt that the misadventures launched from across the borders have state or army support. Yet, if India is offering to help Pakistan to overcome the malady, is magnanimity of the nation and the people to sustain peace in the region.