Cross LoC infiltration and drone pistol deliveries scale up violence in Jammu and Kashmir – India Hindi News


    Terrorists are continuously targeting non-Muslims and Kashmiris in Jammu and Kashmir. The targeting of two non-Kashmiris, including a Muslim, by Takfiri terrorists in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday is part of the same Pakistani conspiracy, in which it seeks to disturb the Valley by continuing violence, so that the atmosphere of normalcy is disturbed. Pak wants to disturb the calm atmosphere in the Valley by increasing the level of violence so that the tourist economy in the union territory is affected. In fact, Takfiri is a term used for those Islamic terrorist groups, especially Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, who do not mind targeting their Muslim brothers for political purposes.

    According to National Security Planners and security officials, the recent violence against non-Kashmiris is a result of infiltration from across the Line of Control (LoC) by Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists in the Poonch-Rajouri sector. The second reason is the increase in drone deliveries of Chinese Star pistols to Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Overground Workers (OGWs) in the Valley, which is leading to targeted killings in Srinagar.

    The focus of terrorist action in Jammu and Kashmir is in Krishna Ghati sector, where the Indian Army lost seven personnel in an encounter with already infiltrated Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists in the jungles on the Rajouri-Poonch district borders. Is. The infiltration is said to have happened in late August 2021. The second theater of terror action is the Valley, where OGW terrorists with recently acquired pistols are targeting non-Kashmiris to spread terror in the region and affect the economy of the tourism sector.

    According to Jammu and Kashmir Police officials, several consignments of pistols from cross-border drone flights have reached the Valley due to the lack of functioning of the anti-drone system with the Indian security forces. There is still no foolproof mechanism to prevent Pakistan-based terrorist groups from infiltrating the Valley, despite the deployment of a large number of Indian security forces along the LoC and hinterland with sensors and fencing. The supply of arms and ammunition through drones has raised the concern of security forces as there is no human cost to terrorist groups based in Pakistan.

    The Jammu and Kashmir Police has killed 11 terrorists in the past one week after the first round of target killings earlier this month. In view of the terrorist incident in the Valley, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had spoken to top security officials from Port Blair in the past and directed to punish the culprits.

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