Latest intelligence reports have exposed Pakistan’s sinister plan to create tension in Jammu and Kashmir. Cornered and frustrated, Islamabad has been increasingly trying to heat up the Line of Control. News Nation has learnt that latest intel inputs suggest that Pakistan is planning a massive infiltration bid in the Valley from Gurez sector at LoC. Around 60 attackers are being readied at the six launchpads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, sources said. Most of these terrorists are of Afghani origin. It is being done so that these terrorists, in case they successfully infiltrate, can mingle with locals and create trouble.
Apart from the terrorist, 22 SSG Commandos are also present at the launchpads. Pakistan has deployed its regular troops as well as BAT commandos in the area. The regulars will reportedly give ‘cover fire’. Moreover, Pakistan has also reduced the strength of its mobile signals in the area in order to escape India’s attention. Pakistani forces feel that due to high signal strength, the chatter is easily intercepted by Indian intelligence. This is the biggest infiltration bid planned by Pakistan before winter season.
Previously, there were media reports that the Pakistan Army is using very High Frequency radio stations to send signals to the terrorists and terror groups in the Valley. According to an IANS report, Pakistan is using its national anthem ‘Qaumi Taranah’ to transmit secret codes to the terrorists. The anthem was officially adopted by Pakistan in August,1954. The report says that the intelligence inputs show that the codes used by Pakistan for the terrorists are: 66/88 for Jaish-e-Mohammed, A3 for Lashkar-e-Toiba and D9 for Al Badr. The Pakistan Army’s Signal Corp is carrying out this task, the IANS report said. The report added that the radio stations in the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir have been shifted closer to the Line of Control.
Last week, Pakistani army on Sunday targeted forward posts and villages in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district with heavy firing and shelling, violating ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC). The firing of small arms and shelling with mortars started in Sunderbani and Nowshera sectors, drawing strong and befitting retaliation by the Indian army guarding the LoC. On September 1, an army personnel was killed when Pakistani army targeted forward posts and villages in Shahpur-Kerni sector, raising the death toll in ceasefire violations by Pakistan in the twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri since July to eight—six soldiers and two civilians. Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on September 6, along with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa had visited the Line of Control (LoC) last Friday.