All rules were humanity were broken when Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists killed seven Amarnath yatris. In this context it would be interesting to recall an operation undertaken by the Intelligence Bureau in 2016.
A message from an Intelligence Bureau officer posted in Kashmir said on Monday night, ” they are fast and want to cause maximum damage.” The message that was sent out provided clarity regarding the attack and the gravity of the same was known then.
Intelligence Bureau officials suspect the role of the Hizbul Mujahideen in the attack that took place at Anantnag on Monday. It was a well planned attack meant to create panic and bloodshed, an Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia. The attack was planned well in advance and was meant to avenge the designation of the Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist. The Hizbul has not claimed the attack as yet.
The Delhi police has issued an advisory to its counterparts across the country to step up security in the wake of an Intelligence Bureau warning on terror attacks. The IB warning states that terrorist groups could look to strike at crowded places. The intelligence is however not specific to any place.
Three judges and two members of the Lucknow Bar Association acted in concert and conspired to ensure that SP leader, Gayatri Prajapati was granted bail. These were the notings made in an Intelligence Bureau report.
The Centre used ‘confidential’ inputs by the Intelligence Bureau to block post-retirement assignments to former judges. The appointment of six former judges was rejected by the Centre citing adverse Intelligence Bureau reports against them.
India has once again sought a response from Pakistan on the two Sufi priests who went missing on March 15. Indian Intelligence agencies say that it is confirmed that the two priests have not been abducted by jihadi groups.
They are in the custody of the Inter-Services Intelligence, official sources informed.
The Intelligence Bureau which is also monitoring the situation has reported that there were several anti-India posters that had come up at the Marina Beach which had become the epicenter of the protests.
Nepal-based Kashmiris are being looked into by the IB after reports did the rounds that some of them aid Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence in laundering money used to fund terror activities in India.
The warning of another incident of sacrilege just ahead of the Punjab assembly elections is what has worried security agencies. On October 12, 2015 several pages of the Guru Granth were found torn at Bargaari in Faridkot, Punjab.
Intelligence agencies fear a repeat of such an incident to incite communal tension just before the state goes to polls on February 4.