New Delhi: The Centre has sent a counter-tanner expert team to Jammu and Kashmir after Union Home Minister Amit Shah gave clear guidelines for strict action against the killings of innocents and minorities in Kashmir. The team will help anti-terrorism experts to neutralize the Pakistan-backed local module involved in terror attacks to local police in the Valley.
Amit Shah held a five-hour marathon meeting on Kashmir on Thursday after Pakistani terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants shot dead a Kashmiri Pandit pharmacist, a school principal, a teacher. Amit Shah has issued strict instructions to the authorities to nab the terrorists. Intelligence Bureau CT Operation Chief Tapan Deka is going to personally monitor Muhim against terrorists in the Valley today.
CT teams of other national security agencies have already reached Kashmir. The attacks come at a time when tourists from the Indian hinterland are coming to the valley. All hotels are crowded with 100 per cent people and Srinagar is buzzing with economic activity. Top security officials say the weapons used in the recent killings are pistols, which may have been dropped into the valley's upper reaches through drones from across the border.