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Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed planned 3 car blasts in Jammu and Kashmir: Intel

A major terrorist attack was averted when the alert security forces foiled a car blast in Pulwama on May 28. However, now it has been revealed that Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed planned three vehicle-borne bomb blasts in the Kashmir Valley.

According to the news agency IANS, the intel agencies have informed the security forces about JeM’s planning of carrying out three car blasts in the Kashmir Valley. The agencies also said that the failed car bomb blast in Pulwama on May 28 was one attack out of the three planned by the terror group.

Security forces were alerted that a group of JeM terrorists is likely to carry out “Vehicle-based IED attack on security force installations at Nowgam, Srinagar and Kulgam”.

The agencies further alerted security establishments that a group of unidentified terrorists is planning to kidnap Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel in Shopian.

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