Wed. Feb 26th, 2020

Terrorist camp Jaish-Lashkar active again in PoK, army placed on high alert

Terrorist camp Jaish-Lashkar active again

Terrorist camp Jaish-Lashkar active again, Islamabad has reactivated a dozen terrorist camps along PoK and the international border adjoining J&K.

Terrorist camp Jaish-Lashkar active again

Following heightened tensions in India and Pakistan over the elimination of special status of Jammu and Kashmir, Islamabad has reactivated a dozen terrorist camps along Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and the international border adjoining Jammu and Kashmir.

These terrorist camps were almost completely closed during the past week, given the deadline until May 2019 given by the Paris-based intergovernmental financial action task force (FATF).

FATF Action on Pakistan's progress against financial violations
Terrorist camp Jaish-Lashkar active again
FATF Action on Pakistan’s progress against financial violations

Top intelligence sources said that terrorist camps in Kotli, Rawalakot, Bagh, and Muzaffarabad of the PoK area along the Line of Control (Line of Control) have been directly activated with the support of the Pakistani Army, Indian security forces kept on high alert is.

Intelligence reports have revealed that about 150 members of JEM, Lashkar and Taliban have allegedly gathered at the Fugush and Kund camps near Kotli and Shawai Nala and Abdullah bin Masood camps in Muzaffarabad region. According to intelligence reports, Ibrahim Athar, brother of JEM chief Maulana Masood Azhar, has also been spotted in the PoK area.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan made a statement in the joint session of Parliament two days ago that Islamabad will not be responsible for any attack like Pulwama in India.

Imran Khan’s statement is open to re-energizing the training camps and launch pads of the operators of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directly. Exempted.

Highly placed sources in the Ministry of Defense said that National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, currently in the Valley, holds a high-level meeting with senior officials.

Intelligence Bureau (IB) director Arvind Kumar, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh and top army officials were present at the meeting.

Following the government’s bold decisions on Jammu and Kashmir, the NSA discussed security strategies and terrorist threats from across the border.

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