Pakistan supporting 600 terrorists to cross LoC, says intelligence report

Prime News, National (New Delhi), August 3:- An intelligence report accessed by Zee News reveals that there are over 600 terrorists at various launchpads all along the Line of Control who are being readied to cross over to India with nefarious intentions.

The report submitted to the Home Ministry says that these terrorists are being actively supported by Pakistani forces and personnel from Pakistan Army may also be among them. They are believed to be members of Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) which is known to provide support to terrorist organisations.

This may well be the highest number of terrorists at the ready to infiltrate since India conducted surgical strikes to destroy terror launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). That this development comes at a time when Imran Khan is all set to take oath as Pakistan PM is rather ironical considering that he has backed peace talks with India and resolution to the Kashmir issue. That it is widely suspected that he was actively backed by Pakistan Army during elections though paints a clearer picture because the country’s military has nurtured terrorism and has hardly ever given peace a chance – an apparent threat to its relevance in the country.

The details:

* Gurez Sector: 67 terrorists present in Pakistan’s posts at Barbad, Sardari, Losar complex.

* Machil Sector: Movement of 96 terrorists observed.

* Keran Sector: Movement of 117 terrorists observed.

* Tangdhar Sector: Movember of 79 terrorists observed.

* Uri Sector: Movement of 26 terrorists observed.

* Rampur Sector: Movement of 26 terrorists observed.

* Poonch Sector: Movement of 43 terrorists observed.

* Krishna Ghati Sector: Movement of 21 terrorists observed.

* Bhimber Gali: Movement of 40 terrorists observed.

* Nowshera Sector: Movement of 6 terrorists observed.

* Sunderbani Sector: Movement of 16 terrorists observed.

Last week, the Home Ministry had said that security forces have killed 110 terrorists across Jammu and Kashmir till July 22. In 2017, the number was at 213 while in 2016 and 2015, it was 150 and 108 respectively. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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