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Intel agencies sound alarm, 300 terrorists waiting on launching pads
4/21/2017 11:41:53 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 21: Intelligence agencies have reportedly asked the Army and the other security forces deployed on the border and the Line of Control (LoC) to remain alert as terrorists are getting ready at the launching pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Sources told Early Times that nearly 200 to 300 terrorists have been brought on the launch pads and they are waiting for a chance to cross into Jammu and Kashmir. "These terrorists are likely to cross over in big groups so that they can engage the security forces. They terrorists want to create a war like situation on the border to seek entry into Jammu and Kashmir," they added.
Official sources said that a comprehensive strategy is being devised to tackle the terrorists and the stone pelters. "Pakistan besides pushing terrorists into the state is heavily counting on the stone-pelters, who are being radicalized to foment trouble in Kashmir and keep the pot boiling," they added.
It is in place to mention here that a recently released report of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) stated that Government of India (GoI) spent nearly Rs 1000 crore as Security Related Expenditure (SRE) Police in 2016, highest ever since 1990 when the armed insurgency broke out in
Hot summer ahead
The GoI is very well aware about the plans of the neighbouring country as the Intelligence have sounded an alert well in advance about the looming threat over Kashmir. It looks like that Pakistan wants to intensify the proxy war in JK. Pakistan wants to take full advantage of radicalization of youth. It wants to push in terrorists into Kashmir so that more local youth are recruited into terrorist ranks. The GoI is preparing itself for a big challenge this summer.
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"It seems Pakistan wants to trigger civil uprising and activate terrorists to push Kashmir on edge and to compel Government of India (GoI) to soften its stand vis-à-vis Kashmir," the source added.
Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir on Thursday said: "We do accept that the situation in Kashmir is not completely under control. We will continue to do our job."
"We are serious. The Home Minister will soon hold a meeting on the matter. The Prime Minister has discussed the issue. The situation in Kashmir will not always remain like as it is today. It will improve. This is our job and the people have elected us for this. We will overcome (the difficulties). This is our sole aim," Ahir said.
Insiders said, "The Government of India (GoI) is very well aware about the plans of the neighbouring country as the Intelligence have sounded an alert well in advance about the looming threat over Kashmir. It looks like that Pakistan wants to intensify the proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir."
"Pakistan wants to take full advantage of radicalization of youth. It wants to push in terrorists into Kashmir so that more local youth are recruited into terrorist ranks. The GoI is preparing itself for a big challenge this summer," they added.
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