New Delhi, Jan 03: The Indian Army foiled an attempt by the Pakistan Army’s Border Action Team (BAT) in the Keran Sector. Swift action by the troops on the Line of Control foiled a bud and eliminated a Pakistani terrorist, Major General AS Pendharkar, GOC 28 Infantry Division, said.
Meanwhile the Indian Army has asked Pakistan to take back the body of the infiltrator who was killed while he was trying to cross the LoC in the Keran Sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara.
New Delhi, Jan 01: Sikhs for Justice, the proscribed terrorist outfit which has been running an anti-India propaganda and also pushing for a Khalistan state has yet again come under the scanner following the Ludhiana blast.Register and get a chance to win Rs.1000 Amazon vouchers.
The National Investigation Agency has filed a case against members of the SJF and will also travel to Germany to question Jaswinder Singh Multani, the prime accused in the case.
New Delhi, Jan 01: The blast at a court complex in Ludhiana was a clear indicator that the threat of Khalistan terrorism is lurking around. The warning was on the wall and the Intelligence Bureau has alerted the police time and again since the past 10 years that the ISI which has been sheltering the Khalistan terrorists would look to revive terrorism in Punjab again.
New Delhi, Dec 31: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one operative of The Resistence Front following a search conducted in Srinagar.
The arrested has been identified as Arsalan Feroz a resident of Srinagar. The case on hand relates to the conspiracy hatched to radicalise, motivate and recruit the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to effect violent activities in the Union Territory.
New Delhi, Dec 31: There have been multiple encounters in Jammu and Kashmir as a result of which a large number of terrorists including top commanders have been gunned down.
On Thursday, Inspector General of Police,, Kashmir Vijay Kumar said that the security forces have been able to breach the mark of 200 terrorists in Kashmir as it has come down to 180. It is for the first time in history that local terrorists have been reduced to less than 100. Following the encounter on Wednesday in which 6 terrorists including from Pakistan were gunned down the count now stands at 85, he also said.
New Delhi, Dec 31: The National Investigation Agency has filed a case against Jaswinder SIngh Multani of the Sikhs For Justice in connection with the Ludhiana Blast case. Several other Khalistani elements too have been booked.
A team of the NIA is likely to Germany to question Multani who was detained after India provided concrete evidence and moved the diplomatic channels. The case against Multani was registered as the NIA needs to initiate proceedings to bring to India.
New Delhi, Dec 31: Security has been upped in Mumbai following an Intelligence Bureau report suggesting a possible terror strike by Khalistan terrorists. Security is high at railways stations and other public places after the report was issued.
The Government Railway Police has also stepped up security at prominent railway stations amidst a threat of possible sabotage. The police have cancelled weekly offs and holidays in the wake of this threat.
New Delhi, Dec 30: Following the recovery of seven mobile phones, the investigating agencies are probing if the Ludhiana bomber was getting instructions from inside a jail.
The police have sent the phones to the forensic laboratory for analysis. In the blast that took place at the Ludhiana Court complex on December 23, dismissed cop, Gagandeep Singh was killed and six others were injured.
New Delhi, Dec 30: In a major success for the security forces, 6 terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, including two Pakistanis have been gunned down in Kulgam and Anantnag districts of Jammu and Kashmir.
Officials said that one gunfight broke out in Kulgam and the other one at Anantnag. Acting on a tip off, the security forces launched a cordon and search operation in the Mirhama district. The forces were fired upon when they were conducting a search operation, following which an encounter broke out. In the encounter, the security forces gunned down three terrorists.
New Delhi, Dec 28: The Indian Agencies had been closely coordinating with their counterparts in Germany following the Ludhiana Court blast that took place on December 23.
Two days after the blast, the Intelligence assessment showed that Jaswinder SIngh Multani, a member of the banned radical Sikh group, Sikhs for Justice was behind the blast. He at the behest of a Babbar Khalsa terrorist from Pakistan conspired and carried out the attack. They were also in the process of undertaking more such attacks.