- Army said – A terrorist hideout was found near the route of the trip, some terrorists were caught
- Here is the landmine mixed for sniper rifle and Pakistan army
Srinagar. Pakistan’s terrorists were plotting to attack Amarnath yatra But due to the caution of the Indian Army, it could not be executed. The security forces got americans sniper rifle and landmine built in Pakistan from a terrorist base near the passageway. After this the Jammu and Kashmir administration advised travelers and tourists to return as soon as possible. Earlier, due to bad weather the journey was stopped until August 4th.
On Friday, the Indian Army, CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police told at a joint press conference that some militants caught in the past and their hideouts have been cleared by the ammunition that Pakistan is trying to spread terrorism in Kashmir. However, the situation on the border is peaceful and under control.
The arrested terrorists were IED’s informers: Army
Lt Gen KJS Dhillon said that we have failed to infiltrate from Pakistan on the infiltration attempts. In the interrogation of the militants, information about landmines laid out by the Pak army has been received. Most of the captured terrorists were knowledgeable to prepare the IED. The Pakistan Army will not tolerate the promotion of terrorism in Kashmir.
83% terrorists were involved in the first stoneing: take the army . General Dhillon said that in the analysis of terrorism in Kashmir, it has come out that 83% of the people who took up arms are those who have been involved in stone-pirating incidents. Therefore, there is an appeal to all the mothers that today your child will throw stones at the security forces for Rs 500, but tomorrow they will become terrorists.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has postponed the Amarnath Yatra by August 4, the postponement of Amarnath Yatra by August 4. Some jawans deployed for safety in the route of travel are being sent to another place. The government had told the reason for the bad masseuse. However, the Meteorological Department has not predicted such a major change.