40 Pakistan-backed Afghan terrorists planning to infiltrate India during festive season: Intelligence sources
Bhubaneswar/New Delhi: A high alert has been sounded in Jammu and Kashmir after Intelligence agencies warned of a possible attempt by a group of Pakistan-backed terrorists of Afghanistan to infiltrate India to execute terror activities during the upcoming festive season.
As per Intelligence sources, about 40 Pakistan-backed terrorists of Afghanistan-origin are positioned in terror camps near the Line of Control (LoC). The state police and paramilitary have been issued alert about the intel inputs, said a report published on Zee News.
“After Taliban took over the Government in Afghanistan, we have got the input regarding movement of Afghanistan-based terrorists entering India with the help of Pakistan-based terrorist organizations, which are backed by ISI,” a news agency said quoting an official.
The agencies have got the input that around 40 such terrorists are stationed at a terror camp in the Nakyal sector of Pakistan near the LoC. They have been trained to enter Indian by crossing the Poonch River using tubes and snorkeling, the official further said.
“We have got the inputs that these terrorist are trained in making tiffin bombs. The raw material will be provided to them through sleeper cells active in India. All agencies concerned, the state police and paramilitary have been issued alert about the intel inputs,” the official added.
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