ISI wants to instil terror in minds of non-Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi, Oct 19: A lesser known group called as the United Liberation Front claimed responsibility of the recent killings of non-Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir.

Last week OneIndia had reported that the ISI backed terrorists had prepared a list of non-Muslims in J&K. A hit list of 150 non-Muslims and non-locals in Jammu and Kashmir and been prepared, sources said.

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J&K: ISI backed terrorists prepared list of over 100 non-Muslims to target

New Delhi, Oct 15: The recent killings of minorities in Jammu and Kashmir have revealed that a hit-list had been prepared to target these people. The list prepared had around 100-150 non-Muslims who the terrorists decided to target.

There are multiple agencies now on the ground tracking down these faceless terrorists who have unleashed a reign of terror in the Valley. The NIA too has conducted multiple raids to track down these elements who are out on the loose.

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Pak terrorist arrested in Delhi stayed undercover as a peer baba

New Delhi, Oct 13: A terrorist of Pakistan nationality associated with the ISI who was arrested in Delhi was planning terror attacks during the festive season, the preliminary investigation has shown. An AK-47 rifle and other firearms had been recovered from him.

The police said that Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living in Delhi as an Indian national with the name Ali Ahmed Noori. Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner (Special Cell) said that his team had recently received inputs that a Pakistani national, who lived in east Delhi was impersonating as an Indian citizen. He was then traced to Laxmi Nagar and later arrested.

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ISI sponsored terrorist from Pakistan arrested in Delhi, Ak-47 recovered

New Delhi, Oct 12: A terrorist of Pakistan nationality associated with the ISI has been arrested in Delhi. An AK-47 rifle and other firearms have been recovered from him.

The police said that Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living in Delhi as an Indian national with the name Ali Ahmed Noori. Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner (Special Cell) said that his team had recently received inputs that a Pakistani national, who lived in east Delhi was impersonating as an Indian citizen. He was then traced to Laxmi Nagar and later arrested.

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Ex-ISI chief Lt General Hameed next in line for post of Pakistan Army chief

New Delhi, Oct 07: Lt. General Faiz Hameed who was heading the ISI is likely to be the next Pakistan Army Chief. He was made the Peshawar Corps Commander as it is mandatory for the contenders to the post of Pakistan Army chief to have commanded a corps level formation.

It is also mandatory that the contender commands the corps level formation for one year. Lt. General Faiz Hameed could well end up becoming the army chief, but that would be subject to General Qamar Bajwa not seeking another two year extension for himself. General Bajwa would complete his six year tenure as the army chief in November 2022.

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A change of guard in the ISI and what it would mean

L to R: Lt Gen. Nadeem Anjum, Lt General Faiz Hameed

New Delhi, Oct 06: Pakistan’s ISI chief, Lt. General Faiz Hameed is likely to be replaced by Lt. General Nadeem Anjum. An official notification is likely to issued after October 10.

The move comes at a time when Pakistan is busy with the Afghanistan. It was Lt. Gen Hameed who had played a crucial role in the formation of an interim government in Afghanistan led by the Taliban. He was also at the forefront of the negotiations when there was a falling out between some members of the Taliban and Haqqani Network.

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ISI, Khalistan forces will try taking advantage of instability in Punjab 

New Delhi, Oct 01: Pakistan is known to use to its advantage any instability in India. Be it protests or political issues, the ISI has known to engineer trouble and take advantage.

In Punjab, the situation is volatile courtesy the political circus following the ouster of Captain Amarinder Singh and later on the resignation of. Navjot Singh Sidhu. It is a well known fact that the ISI has been trying to bolster the Khalistan movement in Punjab.

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ISI created TRF to give itself, Lashkar plausible deniability for attacks in J&K

New Delhi, Sep 22: On Tuesday, the National Investigation Agency conducted raids at 8 locations in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag, Baramulla, Kulgam, Srinagar, Doda and Kishtwar Districts.

The NIA said that the probe revealed that Pakistan based handlers of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and their associates based in Jammu and Kashmir are planning terrorist activities. It further said that they were planning on using the pseudo-acronym The Resistance Front so as to maintain plausible deniability.

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Pak had 3 pronged agenda in creating terror module that Delhi Police bust

New Delhi, Sep 18: Earlier this week, the Delhi Police busted a major ISI sponsored module, which was planning on carrying out a series of attacks in the country.

The Delhi Police said that the six persons were planning major attacks in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra during the festival season. The police also said that the accused persons had visited Pakistan. In Pakistan they were taken to a town near the Gwadar port and were trained by two persons from the Pakistan Army.

The training imparted to them involved preparing IEDs, using firearms, AK-47s and committing arson with the help of items of daily use.

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