Amid Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan, A Worrying Pattern In J&Ok
- Intel businesses say 6 terror teams have infiltrated the Kashmir Valley
- Inputs by numerous businesses at the moment are being matched by Multi-Company Centre
- Businesses point out 300 terrorists have once more occupied the camps throughout LoC
The ripple impact of US troops’ withdrawal from Afghanistan is making itself felt in Jammu and Kashmir. Intelligence businesses say a minimum of six teams of terrorists have infiltrated the Kashmir Valley with some excessive worth targets on their agenda. Inputs by numerous businesses at the moment are being matched by the Multi-Company Centre.
Indications are that a minimum of 25-30 terrorists have been preserving numerous safety forces engaged for the final one month. This quantity is other than these terrorists who had been already in Jammu and Kashmir, sources mentioned.
Proof on floor reveals the extent of violence in Jammu and Kashmir has gone up considerably over the past month.
“Every day for last one month, either an IED attack on security forces or attacks on political leaders are being reported,” a senior official instructed NDTV.
Based on him, terrorist exercise has additionally elevated on launch pads, which had been deserted after ceasefire was introduced in February this 12 months. These locations are buzzing with exercise now.
Varied intelligence businesses point out that as many as 300 terrorists have once more occupied the camps throughout the Line of Management. “We are also on alert and are prepared,” mentioned an officer main counter-terror operations within the Kashmir valley.
Based on him, after the takeover of Kabul by Taliban two weeks in the past, social media is buzzing with congratulatory messages.
“Recently, a video which went viral got a lot of traction in Jammu and Kashmir. In that video, some boys who had gone over to Afghanistan to fight along with Taliban, came back to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. The video shows they got a hero’s welcome back in PoK,” he mentioned.
Based on him, they’re watching social media repeatedly as such video clips are likely to inspire kids in Kashmir too as they see them as “Victorious warriors”.
One other concern which is giving sleepless nights to the police of Jammu and Kashmir is round 60 younger males have gone lacking from their houses within the final couple of months.
“They went saying they are going to attend on someone or for some work, but now they are missing. This is a serious concern,” he added. ‘We’ve been asking and interesting to all misguided youth who’ve joined terror teams to give up violence and return to the mainstream,” mentioned Vijay Kumar, the highest police officer in Kashmir.