Srinagar: The inputs about the presence of 5 Pakistani terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir have been received. Quoting intelligence sources, it is reported that a group of five Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists from Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK) have entered the Indian border. It is reported that these five trained Jaish terrorists have infiltrated into India only last week. These terrorists can carry out a major incident in the Kashmir Valley.
Quoting sources, reports said that Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists may attack security forces. Army and Air Force have been on alert in the Kashmir Valley since intelligence sources received the information. Lt Gen KJS Dhillon, commander of the Indian Army's Chinar Corps in Jammu and Kashmir and DGP Dilbag Singh of Jammu and Kashmir Police are scheduled to hold joint press conferences today. Home Ministry sources said that an additional 100 companies have been ordered to be deployed by the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir about a week ago. The process of reaching the jawans is in place of their posting. The Home Office said it is a regular process.
The Home Ministry said in a statement that the internal security situation, training needs, changes in the deployment of paramilitary forces are regular procedures to give them comfort and health benefits, deployment and removal of central forces. The ministry also said that the deployment and activity of paramilitary forces at a designated location has never been discussed publicly.