Pakistan planning big incursion across LoC after UNGA meeting, training 3000-4000 civilians: Army sources
Indian intelligence agencies have received inputs that after the UNGA meeting in New York is over, Pakistan is planning something nig along the LoC by using civilian shields. Sources say that the Pakistan Army along with Jamat-ul-al-Hadis (the new organization controlled by 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed) has trained more than 3000-4000 civilian youth in Rawalpindi to violate the LoC in the first week of October.
These also include some youth from the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (Azadi) which is active in PoK. The purpose of this training is to radicalise these youths and send them to forward areas along the LoC so that they can infiltrate the border in the first week of October, the sources said.
PoK civilians are being recruited so that if Indian security forces target them, then Pakistan can raise the issue of human rights violations once again.
Moreover, Pakistan has once again increased the number of terrorists stationed along with the Pakistani Army at forwarding defence locations.
As a result, Indian security agencies are closely monitoring the Line of Control and have deployed high-level surveillance systems.
Sources in security establishment told India Today TV that terrorists have been spotted alongside Pakistan Army at 32 locations:
1.Pakistan Post- Indian Side
2.PP Nala – Poonch
3.Sonar – Macchal
5.Athmuqam – Keran
7.Post Giddar 1- Uri
13.Kopra – Sujian
14.PP Barbad 1 – BG
15.Polas – Poonch
17.Mochi Mohra- Poonch
19.Battal Majoora- KG
25.Kathar- KG(Krishna Ghati)
29.PP twin- KG
30.PL Majar- BG
32.Pak Post Green Bump- Poonch
Sources told India Today TV the Pakistan Army is also providing full support to terrorists so that they can evade Indian security agencies.
The Pakistan Army is now allegedly hiding terrorists in its defence bunkers near the LoC.
According to sources, the Pakistan Army may once again deploy Border Action Teams with the help of terror groups like JeM and Lashkar along the LoC in the coming days.
To aid the BAT infiltration attempts, the Pakistani Army may resort to heavy firing across the border. The attacks could originate from some launchpads across the LoC, both north and south of the Pir Panjal ranges.
Source:- India Today