Lie low, don’t indulge in direct attacks: ISI has a word of advise for its terrorists in Kashmir

Terror groups have been told to lie low and not indulge in direct attacks. While continuing to keep the Valley on the boil, the intention is to maintain a low profile so that they do not come under the radar of the security forces.

This strategy came to light following the killing of a top Jaish-e-Mohammad commander, Munna Bhai. He was killed in an encounter at Shopian district. An associate of his his Zeenat-ul-Islam too was killed in the same operation.

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Additional forces moved to J&K to prevent misadventure by ISI

army-kashmirNew Delhi, July 29: There has been growing concern in the Valley after the Centre decided to send additional troops to Jammu and Kashmir. The apprehension is that the move is aimed at abolishing Article 35A.

The government has however clarified that there is no such move on the cards and the exercise was undertaken after several intelligence inputs suggested that the ISI would look to carry out a big strike ahead of Independence Day.

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How Kulbhushan Jadhav was abducted, sold to ISI and then framed

kulbhushanjadhavNew Delhi, July 17: Ahead of the crucial verdict at the International Court of Justice on Kulbhushan Jadhav, it would be pertinent to note that he had been abducted and sold to the ISI in Pakistan.

The manner in which the entire operation was carried out it becomes clear that Pakistan had managed this entire episode in a bid to frame him.

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ISI pumped in millions and separatists diverted 40 per cent of it to fund children’s lifestyle

kashmir-separatistsNew Delhi, July 13: They bring in money from Pakistan to fund terror in the Valley. They ensure that schools and colleges are shut for months together as a result of which the education of the children suffer.

However, when it comes to there own, they have other plans. Be it Asiya Andrabi or other top separatists, most of their children are abroad and are studying in good institutions.

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From Afghan peace talks to handling of JeM: What one can expect from new ISI chief

New Delhi, June 25: Lt General Faiz Hameed was handpicked by the Pakistan Army as the new chief of the ISI.

His rise to prominence began win 2017, during a protest by a religious group in Islamabad. A group called the Tehreek-e-Labbaik was protesting against a change in the oath of office in the Election Act. It was Hameed who helped broker a deal.

How separatists collected funds and stoked the unrest in Kashmir

Zahoor Ahamad Shah Watali

New Delhi, June 17: Investigations into the Jammu and Kashmir terror funding case has revealed that Zahoor Ahamad Shah Watali is one of the main hawala conduits who used to generate and receive funds from Pakistan, ISI, UAE and had floated various shell companies to disguise foreign remittances for further transfer to separatist leaders and stone pelters in the valley.

These funds were used to fuel unrest in the Kashmir valley and organise violent agitations and anti-India activities which resulted in large scale violence leading to numerous injuries and deaths of civilians and security forces.

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What appointment of hardliner Faiz Hameed as ISI boss means to India

New Delhi, June 17: Pakistan’s spy agency, the ISI has a new boss. Lt General Faiz Hameed, a hardliner was appointed as the new chief of the power Inter Services Intelligence.

He replaced Lt General Asim Munir, who was the chief for just 8 months. While Pakistan has not spelt out the reason behind the re-shuffle, analysts term Hameed as a hardliner.

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ISI brings Islamic and Khalistan terrorists together to fight in Kashmir-Punjab

New Delhi, June 07: At the behest of the ISI, now pro-Khalistan groups have said that they would fight for the cause of Kashmir.

In a video, pro Khalistan leader, Gopal Singh is heard saying that the Sikhs would join the struggle in Kashmir. We will fight for the independence of Kashmir, he is also heard saying.

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Big ISI plan to target Hindu leaders and disturb communal harmony busted

New Delhi, June 01: A terror module in Punjab backed by the ISI was busted in the nick of time. The module was being run by the ISI backed Babbar Khalsa International.

The police said that the two men who were arrested were providing weapons and funds to the sleeper cells that the Babbar Khalsa International, which were set up in Punjab. The duo arrested were identified as Jagdev Singh and Ravinderpal Singh. They have been booked under the provisions of the Arms Act, Explosive Substances (Amendment) Act 2001 and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

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Lured by explicit chat, this Army clerk shared info with ISI for Rs 15,000

New Delhi, May 18: An Army clerk who was arrested on charges of spying for the ISI was honey-trapped by a well trained woman.

The police in Madhya Pradesh arrested the 26 year old clerk on the charge that he was leaking vital information relating to the Indian Army to the ISI.

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