Pak may attack Indian security forces, ISI send Jaish militants to LOC in

Aug 27 2019 09:27 AM
Pak may attack Indian security forces, ISI send Jaish militants to LOC in

NEW DELHI: With the abrogation of Section 370 of the Constitution from Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan continues to be on the move to create panic in India. While the Pakistani government ministers are constantly threatening the war. Pakistani PM Imran Khan also warning India for a war.

Imran Khan had said on Monday that the time had come for a decision on Kashmir and he would go to any extent. It is only after Pak PM Imran Khan's statement that Indian intelligence sources have received an input. According to input, Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is plotting to carry out a major terror plot in India. ISI is said to have given the responsibility to militants for carrying out a major attack on Indian security forces.

According to intelligence sources, The Operation Commander of Jaish-e-Mohammed, Jaish-e-Mohammed, has been asked to carry out an attack on Indian security forces. Abdul Rauf Asghar, along with 30 to 40 terrorists, reportedly sent to the launch pad adjacent to the Line of Control (LOC). All these terrorists are preparing to attack Indian troops.

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