‘Dual terror strike strategy’ poses major challenge to Army

New Delhi: The new dual strike technique adopted by terror groups in Kashmir is a new worry for the security agencies. It is a new tactic that has been adopted by the Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Tayiba which has caused a great deal of damage.

The tactic was used recently when terrorists carried back to back attacks in quick succession at Sunjuwan and Srinagar. While the combing operations were on at Sunjuwan, terrorists carried out a strike in Srinagar.

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Sunjuwan attack: Jaish terrorists infiltrated into India in July

The terrorists who carried out the attack on the Sunjuwan Army camp had infiltrated into India in July 2017, sources say.

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Amidst Pakistan denial, Jaish claims responsibility for Sunjuwan strike

The Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Sunjunwan Army camp even as Pakistan continued to deny any role in the incident.

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Why Jaish-Lashkar and Hizbul decided to do a threesome in Kashmir

Lt. General D Anbu, the GOC, Northern Command made an interesting revelation when he said that the three terror groups in the Kashmir Valley are hand in glove with each other. He said that there is no difference between the three groups and they jumping from one tanzim to another.

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Liar Lashkar, it was the Jaish which struck at Sunjuwan

Contrary to the claims made by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, investigations have found that the Jaish-e-Mohammad is behind the Sunjuwan attack in which 5 soldiers were martyred and 3 terrorists killed.

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Sunjuwan attack: Rules broken as Islamic terrorists target women, children

The terrorists who carried out the attack on the Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir were dressed in military fatigues. The terrorists of the Afzal Guru squad of the Jaish-e-Mohammad broke every rule in the book and attacked both women and children.

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A dry winter coupled with a 3 pronged Pakistan strategy keeps Valley on the boil

Pakistan has been working overtime to work out a three-pronged strategy in Kashmir. On February 4 an alert from the Intelligence Bureau flashed at all police stations in Kashmir stating that the Jaish-e-Mohammad would strike at an Army camp between February 5 and 11.

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Sunjuwan attack: How Jaish terrorists reached the spot undetected

New Delhi: The terrorists who attacked the Army camp at Sunjuwan in Jammu and Kashmir were dressed in military fatigues. However what the initial probe being conducted into the attack has suggested that when they reached close to the site, they came empty handed.

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Why 2018 will see a localised Jaish-e-Mohammad

With the Hizbul Mujahideen suffering heavy blows in the Kashmir Valley, the Jaish-e-Mohammad has spruced up local recruitments. A report by the Intelligence Bureau submitted to the Union Home Ministry states that the Jaish will look to make major inroads in 2018.

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Death to India, warns Jaish as it plans a huge strike

masoodazharHe is referred to as a ghost commander of the Jaish-e-Mohammad. He is hardly seen around but is instrumental in planning huge attacks. Asghar Rauf, the brother of Jaish boss, Maulana Masood Azhar has now vowed to carry out attacks in India which are bigger than the ones at Pathankot and Nagrota.

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