Pakistan sent Afghan terrorists to India, alerts of major terror attack across the country

New Delhi: Reports of Afghan militants entering India are now emerging after the Taliban captured Afghanistan. Intelligence agencies have issued alerts for the same. According to agencies, there are fears of a major attack in the country. Terrorists may have large military camps or large government institutions on target.

According to reports, there has also been an encounter between Pakistanis and Indian security forces returning after infiltrating Afghan militants into India. An Indian soldier was also injured in the encounter. Afghan militants are said to be armed with deadly weapons. At the same time, all the terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir have also been reported to have helped these Afghan militants. According to intelligence reports, Afghan militants have been infiltrated by Pakistan by cutting a trap at Angur post in Uri sector.

The Army is on the lookout for these terrorists. The army's search operation is continuing after suspicious activities were detected near the Line of Control (LOC). It has been 5 days since the search operation launched in Uri sector. However, telephone and internet services have been restored here. All telecom facilities in the border city were suspended as a precautionary measure.

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