Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists planning to repeat Pulwama-like attack, high alert issued

Jammu and Kashmir army alert

Jammu and Kashmir: In Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI and the terrorist organizations nurtured by it are plotting a nefarious plot to repeat Pulwama-like attack. According to information received from intelligence sources, through VBIED (vehicle equipped with powerful IED), the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway or any important establishment can be attacked. The task of carrying out the attack has been entrusted to Musa Sulemani, the active Jaish commander in South Kashmir.

Lashkar and Jaish are trying to infiltrate

Across the LoC in Poonch, Uri and Kupwara, 30 Lashkar and Jaish terrorists in different groups are looking for opportunities to infiltrate into Indian territory. According to sources, the Pakistan Army has prepared five new launching pads in the forward border areas of PoK across the LoC. On these, 30 terrorists have been kept ready to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir.

Red alert from Jammu to Pathankot

Red alert has been issued from Pathankot to Ratnuchak in Jammu. Special instructions have been issued for the security forces. According to information received from the same sources, a holiday has been declared in Army Public School due to security reasons. Security agencies have received inputs that military vehicles may also be targeted. Because of this, the movement of military vehicles alone has been banned. Along with this, it has also been said that military vehicles should not be parked in any market or other places. In view of all this, instructions have been given to take precautions.

India is currently chairing the G-20. G-20 meetings are to be held in Jammu and Kashmir between May 22-23. A high-level meeting of officials was also held on Tuesday regarding several issues including security.

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