ISI mobilises Lashkar, Khalistan terrorists for attack on India
NEW DELHI: Pakistan's
ISI has mobilized terrorists belonging to groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba,
Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen as well as Sikh militants associated
with Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) and Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF)
remnants based on its soil, for possible joint strikes in Punjab, Jammu &
Kashmir, Delhi or other parts of India.
intelligence reports, ISI officials, who held a meeting with terrorists from
jihadi and Sikh radical outfits in Pakistan recently, have already issued funds
for the purported strikes.
Around 15-20 terrorists
hailing from PoK and elsewhere in Pakistan are being imparted training in use
of arms and ammunition at camps across the border, with the help of LeT founder
and Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed.
The information, shared
with J&K authorities, Army and central forces based in the state on
September 24 and with the Punjab government, BSF, DGMI and CRPF units in Punjab
on September 26, warns that some of the terrorists under training were also
acquainted with Sikh traditions and Gurmukhi script at Kartarpur Sahib, a
gurudwara in Pakistan, with the help of Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) Ranjit
Singh alias Neeta. They have also been briefed on the topography of Punjab.
The Indian intelligence
establishment have warned the agencies on the ground in J&K and Punjab that
some of these terrorists might have already entered Punjab or may be about to
enter the state to carry out an attack.
As per the intelligence
inputs, the arms and ammunition to be used for such attack are likely to be
sent from J&K side by concealing them in cavities created in chassis of
trucks headed for Punjab.