Pakistan army join hands with Jaish terrorists to attack Indian Army bases

Intelligence agencies have issued a warning against the Pakistan Army Special Forces joining hands with Jaish-e-Mohammed to launch attacks in Indian bases from their side of the Line of Control.

The Pakistan Army Special Services Group Commandos are deployed on multiple locations along the LoC with Jaish terrorists trying to launch Border Action Team against the Indian Army.

The army has also received inputs that Pakistan is also planning to launch simultaneous suicide attacks on the Indian Army units in Pantha Chowk and other important areas.

The move has come at a time when Pakistan’s terrorist network has suffered immensely due to relentless action by the army in the last one year.

According to intelligence report, Pakistan army SSG jawans wearing civil dress are moving near border areas and also doing a recce. By giving input to the terrorist they are trying to infiltrate the areas. The Indian army has planned action to counter infiltration in 10 location.

The 10 locations are:

Intelligence reports also suggest that Pakistan army is now banking on Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists rather than LeT terrorists.
According to the report, illegal movement has been recorded in the above mentioned areas.

6 JeM terrorist were spotted in two groups in Athmuqam area, which is opposite Keran sector on the Indian side.

Two groups of JeM terrorist were spotted trying to infiltrate Kharameru and Mandakuli area just opposite Naugam.

Two groups of terrorist each of 3-4 men, with support of Pakistan Army and BAT have been trying to infiltrate Chhitrian and Chakothi area which is opposite Uri.

According to specific inputs from security forces special wing, BAT and Fidayeen of JeM were seen trying to infiltrate and target post in Chakothi area due to proximity with Indian post.

JeM and SSG personnel were also seen doing a recce near 3 Indian posts.

The security forces are worried about installation and setting up of base in Pantha Chowk and Khanbal area where terrorists can easily attack.

India Today