Indian Media Reports The Presence Of Pakistani SSG Commandos In Kashmir Valley

Recent Indian intelligence reports state that terrorists in Kashmir are being directed to carry out attacks ‘non-Kashmiris’ specifically the brick-kiln workers. The report in Times Now also states the presence of Pakistani SSG Commandos in the Kashmir valley.

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Attacks “to create chaos”, as the terrorists are being told, are being apprehended particularly in the districts of Pulwama and Shopian. With the killings of a group of labourers from West Bengal, the attacks on “outsiders” have already begun reports the Times Now.

Terrorist are keenly awaiting the commencement of internet service in Jammu and Kashmir. They are expecting that WhatsApp and other social media applications will be available soon for easier communication.

According to reports, intercepts from earlier this week make that clear. In one conversation, a terror handler is telling a colleague “Mobile khulne wala hai” and “Coordination asani ho jayegi.” (Mobile service are about to start for coordination will become easier)

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Terrorists are already gathering at the Line of Control. The number of terrorists in the launch pads has gone up to 124 from 86 according to intelligence reports.

The report also claims the presence of Pakistani Special Service Group (SSG) commandos, in South Kashmir.  The presence of a large number of SSG commandos according to the media report, is a sign of possible BAT (Battle Action Team) attack on Indian border posts.

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Very often, terrorists and SSG commandos collectively strike in BAT attacks. Indian Army soldiers on the LOC were warned of the possibility of such attacks earlier this week. The reports claims that despite worldwide pressure, the terror infrastructure continues to flourish in Pakistan.