ISI may carry out major terror attacks in Kashmir

NEW DELHI: Security agencies have received inputs that Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI is carrying out a major terror attack in Kashmir. Several Pak-backed groups are trying to create unrest in the valley after the withdrawal of Section 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. The administration has decided to continue the administrative restrictions issued in the plaintiffs for the next two days as a precautionary measure.

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Police and other security agencies officials are keeping a close watch on the terror threat during Independence Day, but given the security exercise, the situation is challenging. Some radio messages have also been caught, which are making it clear that their commanders in Kashmir have been constantly asking the terrorists hiding in their dens for a week to carry out a major incident. An official attached to the security agencies said that the political developments that have taken place during the last week in Jammu and Kashmir have made the leaders of the terrorists frustrated.

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In view of the isolation that Pakistan has been isolated on the Kashmir issue, the ISI is plotting to carry out a major incident. The Pakistan Army has stepped up its activities along the Line of Control. Necessary reforms have been made by a fresh review of the security arrangements on Tuesday in the wake of the terror attack.

In the past few days, it was decided to release the miscreants and overground workers of the terrorists who were detained as a precautionary measure in the wake of Eid, which has been postponed for a few days. Security has been beefed up in all hospitals, government establishments, police stations, CRPF and military camps. Special arrangements have also been made on the highway. The security agencies are not at all ready to take the risk.

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