Terrorists moved by Pak

Imran Khan met US President Donald Trump last week on July -22. For the 1st time, a Pakistani prime minister did accompany by the country’s army chief, General Qamar Bajwa and spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence’s leader, Faiz Hameed.

Intelligence reports and dependency imagery of the line of control joining Pakistan reveal that the land cleared all launch pads of terrorists in the run-up to Pak PM Imran Khan’s vacation to Washington last week – and then took them back after his return.

“For several days, we received reports saying there are no terrorists at the launch pads waiting to infiltrate into India. It was shocking because the time between May and Oct is when infiltration bids are made,” a Sr army officer who has seen the intelligence reports said on the situation of facelessness.

Khan joined US President Donald Trump last week on July 22. For the 1st time, a Pakistani prime minister was accompanied by the country’s army chief, General Qamar Bajwa and spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence’s director, Faiz Hameed. The fee in Delhi is that Pakistan did not want any skirmish on LoC to spoil the high-level meeting, a first since-2015.

Fresh intelligence reports now show that 200 to 250 terrorists are back at the launch pads helping to infiltrate into India, the army official added. The ceasefire breach in the Valley’s Gurez sector on Tuesday was an infiltration effort, the army officer confirmed. “We could see two groups (of terrorists) lying (there),” he replied.

An intelligence official affirmed that the launch pads were left and the terrorists shifted to villages close to the line of control for about 2-weeks. “The border has become alive again, and we are expecting more ceasefire violations,” this person added on condition of anonymity.

Massive artillery firefights between India and Pak ceasefire crime in the Sunderbani sector, one Indian soldier was shot.

There was a head in ceasefire violations after the Balakot airstrike at a Jaish-e-Mohammed office in Feb, soon after the attack in Pulwama, in which a vehicle laden with explosives rammed into a CRPF convoy, killing 40 troopers.

The border has come alive once again, and the thinking in the Indian security establishment is that Pakistan will up the ante. “The assessment in Pakistan is that they had a good trip to Washington and are happy with Trump’s offer to mediate on Kashmir,” an Indian official said, asking not to be identified.

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