National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Saturday revealed that frustrated Pakistan is trying to send messages to the terrorists hiding in Jammu and Kashmir. Revealing a sensational intelligence intercept, Doval said that, “there are Pakistani communication towers 20 kilometers along border ,they are trying send messages, we heard intercepts, they were telling their men here 'how so many apple trucks are moving, can’t you stop them? Should we send you bangles?'.” He also added that Pakistan is trying to create trouble, 230 Pakistani terrorists were spotted, some of them have infiltrated, some arrested. Defending the total clampdown in Jammu and Kashmir, Doval said that, “We are determined to protect life of Kashmiris from Pakistani terrorists even if we have to impose restrictions, terror is the only instrument Pakistan has to create unrest.”
In a wide-ranging interaction with a select group of journalists, Doval said restrictions have anyway been eased progressively, and only 10 of the 199 police districts in Kashmir, Jammu and Laddakh now still have prohibitory orders, while land-line telephones have been restored fully in all three areas. 92.5 percent of the geographical area of Jammu and Kashmir is free of restrictions, Doval added.
Earlier this week, Islamabad’s desperation to infiltrate maximum terrorists into the Kashmir Valley was exposed by Indian Army. Giving out details about Pakistan’s anti-India plot, Lt General KJS Dhillon said that, “On August 21, we apprehended two Pakistani nationals who are associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba.” Releasing the video of the arrested terrorists, Lt Gen Dhillon said that, "All launchpads are full with terrorists ready to launch into Kashmir to disrupt peace." The video was the proof by the Indian Army against frustrated Pakistan’s continuous attempts to change status quo across the Line of Control.
After India’s move to strip Jammu and Kashmir of its special status by abrogating provisions of Article 370, exasperated Pakistan is planning a major terror attack in the country. The evil designs of Pakistan were exposed after security forces nabbed two Lashkar terrorists, according to sources.
The terrorists, who were identified as Khalil Ahmed and Nazim Khokhar from Pakistan, told the security agencies that they were part of a seven-member group sent to Kashmir. While four of the seven terrorists were Pakistani, three of them hailed from Afghanistan.