New Delhi, Feb 28: The Indian Air Force carried out a long range precision strike mission against a practice target at Pokhran to mark the second anniversary of the Balakot airstrikes in which a Jaish-e-Mohammad training facility was struck.
New Delhi, Feb 26: On February 26 2019, the Indian Air Force hit a Jaish-e-Mohammad training facility in Balakot, Pakistan to avenge the Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF jawans were martyred.
In a daring pre-dawn operation the IAF took down the training facility that had been mapped by the intelligence years ago. Former officer with the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan told OneIndia that while the facility had been mapped over one and half decades back, it required a strong leadership with guts to hit the facility.
New Delhi, Feb 13: The interrogation of a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist has revealed that the outfit had carried out a reconnaissance at the Sardar Patel Bhawan and other top areas on the basis of his handlers from Paksitan.
Last week, the security forces had arrested Hidayat-Ullah-Mallik a resident of Shopian and he said that he had carried out a reconnaissance of the office of National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval. Following this input, the security at the office of the NSA has been heightened. The NSA has been on the target of Pakistan based terror groups for long and the threat perception only went up following the surgical strikes after the Uri attacks.
New Delhi, Feb 05: The police has arrested a top over ground worker of the Jaish-e-Mohammad from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Munib Sofi of Bijbehara was arrested by the Kulgam police after he deported to India from Qatar. He was working for a Pakistan terrorist, Waleed Bhai. It may be recalled that Waleed was killed in an encounter at Kulgam last year.
New Delhi, Dec 23: A terror associate module of the Jaish-e-Mohammad involved in grenade lobbing incidents in the Tral and Sangam area of Anantnag district has been busted by the Awantipora Police along with 42RR and 180 BN CRPF.
New Delhi, Nov 26: Heightened vigilance and actionable intelligence have made it extremely difficult for the Pakistan sponsored terrorists to infiltrate into India. Despite, the numbers ceasefire violations by the Pakistan in a bid to provide cover fire to the terrorists, the Indian security agencies have managed to keep infiltrations under check.
In this context, the Ban Toll Plaza encounter in which the Indian security forces shot dead four heavily armed Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists is a big deal. Thanks to the alert security forces, the terrorists were gunned down and a major attack was foiled.
New Delhi, Nov 24: The exit of the tunnel that was used by the Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists to infiltrate into India had thick bushes and was covered with soil and wild growth.
Sources tell OneIndia that the end of the tunnel was reinforced with sand bags which had markings of Karachi, Pakistan. The Border Security Force had discovered this tunnel . It appears to have been used for the first time, the BSF also learnt.
New Delhi, Nov 24: New Delhi has shared a dossier with some of the foreign envoys in the national capital, detailing the continued terror campaign by Pakistan against India. Foreign secretary, Harsh Shringla briefed the envoys of the United States, Russia, France and Japan about the latest attempt by Pakistan to strike big in Jammu and Kashmir.
He briefed them about the latest incident in which four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists had infiltrated the border with an intention of striking big and disrupting the elections in the Union Territory. The four terrorists were gunned down by the security forces on November 19.