New Delhi, Mar 09: Safeguarding Maulana Masood Azhar, the chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad has been a key factor in Pakistan. Considered to be one of Pakistan’s most useful proxies against India, Azhar have over the past two years been moved to several safe houses.
The latest intel on him suggests that he has been moved out of the JeM headquarters at Bahawalpur. The intel on him also says that he has been moved to Rawalpindi as there is information that he could be hit. Moving him to Rawalpindi clearly suggests that he is being hidden under heavy protection by the ISI.
New Delhi, Feb 26: The hit at Balakot shook Pakistan and what India managed to do was send out a loud and clear message.
The decision to carry out a precision strike at Balakot, which houses the training facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad was taken post the Pulwama attack. At Pulwama, a Jaish-e-Mohammad suicide bomber crashed his vehicle into a CRPF convoy as a result of which 40 jawans were martyred.
New Delhi, Feb 26: India is keeping a close watch on the Balakot terror facility, where nearly 40 jihadis are being imparted training by the Jaish-e-Mohammad. It may be recalled that the terror facility that was hit by the Indian Air Force exactly a year ago was recently opened up.
The information that is based on Intelligence gathering suggests that these 40 jihadis are being trained to strike at Jammu and Kashmir as well as other parts of the country. In the past few weeks, the Intelligence has indicated that Pakistan would up the ante and strike at various locations that include, Maharashtra, Gujarat and some of the southern states.
New Delhi, Feb 26: Indian Air Force Chief, R K S Bhadauria, will today visit a front line base in Kashmir that launched fighter planes to engaged the Pakistan Air Force a day after India hit a Jaish-e-Mohammad terror facility at Balakot.
Pakistan would state that it has not been able to proceed against Masood Azhar because they are not aware of his whereabouts. However, India would counter this lie with documents, dossiers, which also have the statements of Pakistan’s foreign minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi.
During the ongoing plenary of the Financial Action Task Force, Pakistan would cite the disappearance of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar.
Pakistan would tell the FATF that it has not been able to file an FIR against Azhar as they do not know his whereabouts. However, India is ready to call out this bluff and has prepared ample material to prove that Pakistan is lying.
New Delhi, Feb 17: India will call out Pakistan for its Masood Azhar is missing claim. Pakistan has claimed the disappearance of the Jaish-e-Mohammad chief several times before the Financial Action Task Force. Pakistan has sought the help of several nations to get off the grey list.
It is expecting 12 nations to speak in its favour. On Azhar Pakistan said that it could not file an FIR since he could not be found.
New Delhi, Feb 14: India has witnessed several attacks, but the one at Pulwama was one of the most deadly. The attack claimed the lives of 40 brave CRPF personnel.
While the nation watched with horror and shock, India decided to pay Pakistan back. The Indian agencies zeroed in on the Balakot training facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad in Pakistan. Let out find out how Balakot was mapped and hit.
New Delhi, Feb 14: It has been a year since the Pulwama attack. India had vowed revenge for the death of 40 CRPF jawans. In no time, the Balakot strike was planned and the Jaish-e-Mohammad facility was hit.
What is interesting about the Balakot strike was that India not avenged Pulwama, but the Kandahar or IC-814 hijack case as well.
New Delhi, Feb 07: Months after the Balakot terror facility of the Jaish-e-Mohammad was hit by the Indian Air Force, the same was re-activated. The latest intel on the facility says that several terrorists are now being trained
. The Intelligence Bureau further states that these terrorists are being trained to carry out a major strike in India. There are at least 27 terrorists, most of them from Pakistan occupied Kashmir who are being trained to strike.