Pakistan is constantly trying to infiltrate Bharat from across the border in Jammu and Kashmir. Sources have revealed that Pakistan’s ISI is planning a big infiltration through Jammu and Kashmir as many terrorist camps and launchpads have been shifted near the LoC.
As per sources in intelligence agencies, Pakistan’s ISI is directly managing the launchpads of terrorists and they have also helped terror groups to set up camps along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Not only this, terrorists are also being given training for infiltration and attacks. Bharatiya intelligence agencies have come to know that terrorist organizations have set up their camps a few kms from the LoC.
According to the information, Pakistan is dropping weapons through drones to help the infiltrating terrorists. According to sources, these weapons dropped in hundreds are around in Jammu and Kashmir.
Sources also said that terror camps are reportedly being run in Manshera, Muzaffarabad and Kotli in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir region. These camps are being run by Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, to which ISI is giving full support.
Sources also said that many foreign terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed are already present in Jammu and Kashmir and are waiting for the signal of their masters in order to carry out a terrorist act. According to sources, the number of these terrorists can be around 40-50.
Special operations are also being run continuously by the Bharatiya security forces to counter such terrorist activities.
Meanwhile, Bharatiya security forces recently foiled several infiltration attempts in Jammu and Kashmir, which points to Pakistan’s attempt to set up terror launchpads close to the Indian border.
Sources also said that a large number of trained workers are also sitting in Peshawar, Bahawalpur and Muzaffarabad after the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, waiting to infiltrate in J&K.
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