500 terrorists ready to enter India Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday announced that the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)
camp in Pakistan’s Balakot that was destroyed by the Indian Air Force in February had been reactivated recently, and about 500 infiltrators were serving to infiltrate into India.
He said that the reactivation shows that the terror camp was attacked and destroyed by the airstrikes taken out by the IAF.
“Balakot has been-reactivated by Pakistan very recently. That shows that Balakot has been changed. It had been broken and damaged. Why people have taken away from there, and now it has been reactivated,” he told journalists Officers Training Academy in Chennai.
In ours of February 26, the Indian Air Force had destroyed terror group Jaish-e Mohammed’s most important training camp near Balakot, far inside Pakistan, in punishment to the deadly terror strikes on CRPF staff in Pulwama on February 14 this year.
Reports stated that the JeM camp was killed in the “pre-emptive airstrikes” killing a large number of terrorists.
Speaking to reporters, General Bipin Rawat further stated that with the pressure of limitations after the abrogation of Article 370,
There had been a connection failure between the terrorists in the Kashmir Valley and their handlers in Pakistan. However, he said that there is no connection breakdown between people to people.
Rawat further said that Pakistan is taking out ceasefire breaches to push rebels into the Indian-territory,
adding that the- Army is alert and will guarantee that most infiltration bids are foiled.
Post the cancellation of Article 370; protesters have been resorting to private killings and threats to inspire fear among the people so that the return of normalcy is limited in the valley.
On September 9, Jammu and Kashmir Police along with the Army and other security forces including the Central Reserve Police Force had got eight militants from the Sopore region after busting a terror module of the LeT.
500 terrorists ready to enter India, The checks come a week after National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had announced that more than 200-terrorists.
were attempting to cross into India from Pakistan and Islamabad was seeking to stoke force in the region.
Meanwhile, the Indian Army and intelligence sources, citing the statements of two Lashkar-e-Taiba rebels took newly in Jammu and Kashmir,
have also said that around 300 guided militants are served to enter Indian territory from Pakistan.
Tensions have increased – between India and Pakistan after the Centre’s move to revoke special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
with Islamabad stating it a “strategic blunder” that will cost New Delhi “heavily”.