NEW DELHI — Four terrorists, including two Taliban militants, camping with the Pakistani Army across the Line of Control opposite Naushera Sector in Jammu and Kashmir are planning to infiltrate into Indian territory, intelligence agencies alerted security forces June 5.
“They are concentrated in the area of responsibility of Pakistan Army 28 Sind Battalion opposite Naushera Sector and are planning infiltration,” the intelligence agencies have flagged.
Pakistan’s Taliban militants and other terror organizations in Jammu and Kashmir have suffered major setbacks with Indian forces able to identify and eliminate them in the valley.
A top IPS officer explained that as the Taliban regains strength in certain districts of Afghanistan, an increasing number of militants are being lured by the Pakistani army Special Service Group to train and to plot attacks in Kashmir.
Intelligence agencies had also flagged that in Jalalabad, capital of Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province, a group of 20 Taliban militants are being groomed for missions in Kashmir by the SSG.