Pakistan Purchases Long-Range Radars On Priority After Failing To Detect Indian Jets During Balakot Strikes

The attacks at Balakot, in February, is said to have brought the Pakistani forces to its knees as the Indian air force was able to violate Pakistans airspace without any detection. With the morale low, the Pakistani forces have been instructed to revamp their strategies towards border control and upgrade technology.

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According to an intelligence report, the Pakistani Army is said to have finally succeeded with the purchase of the long-range RADAR systems among other armaments. The Pakistani forces are said to be preparing against similar forms of attacks and aggressive manoeuvres from India.

They are said to be prepared to use the radio jamming RADAR device quite soon. The report also suggests that Pakistan has asked the terrorist outfits to stay clear of the Line of Control (LoC) and Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir (PoK). The Indian intelligence feels that there are rampant measures taken to protect the terrorist from detection through Indian drones and satellites.

Despite inactivity in the Kashmir region, sources suggest that Pakistan has geared up to send in a large contingent of terrorists into India once the tensions dissolve. The report has conclusive evidence that the ISI, Pakistani Intelligentsia and the Haqqani network, JeM and ISIS have been in talks.

There have also been rumours of a new terrorist outfit called Jaish-e-Muqti near the Pakistani border. It is known that Pakistani side has begun the training procedures in the camps in the small city of Miramshah, part of Pakistan’s North Waziristan.

Sources suggest that the ISI is plotting a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir via Nepal. The ISI operatives have been instructed to meet sure the meeting terrorist chiefs and commanders in Nepal. If the threat is real and not fabricated, India may see some catastrophic moment of vengeance by the neighbours.