Post Balakot strike, JeM opens training centres in Afghanistan

New Delhi, July 08: The Jaish-e-Mohammad which was dealt a bloody blow in the wake of the Balakot air strike has shifted its main training camp.

Intelligence suggests that the camps of the JeM have been moved to Afghanistan. However the bigger worry is that the JeM would look to target Indian missions and establishments in Afghanistan, the intelligence also states.

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JeM looks to step up VIED attacks in Valley, with backing of Afghan war veteran

New Delhi, June 21: An Afghan war veteran, now a commander of the Jaish-e-Mohammad is behind the use of Improvised Explosive Devices in the Valley.

The revelation comes following the investigations that were conducted post the IED attack at Arihal, in Pulwama on Monday in which two soldiers were martyred and several others injured.

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JeM, Lashkar asked to lie low: Pakistan re-launches Al Umar Mujahideen in Kashmir

New Delhi, June 13: An outfit known as the Al Umar Mujahideen claimed responsibility for the attack in Jammu and Kashmir in which 3 CRPF jawans were martyred

This is the biggest attack in the Valley, following the Pulwama strike that was carried out by the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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Get ready, we need the heat on JeM to settle, ISI tells Lashkar

lashkar33New Delhi, May 15: Pakistan says that it has been acting against the Jaish-e-Mohammad in the aftermath of the listing of its chief, Maulana Masood Azhar by the United Nations.

With these developments the activities of the Jaish-e-Mohammad are likely to come down in India, especially in Jammu and Kashmir. However Pakistan has plan B and that would be to prop up the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to fill in the vacuum.

Post UN ban, Masood Azhar operates JeM under new name

New Delhi, May 10: Maulana Masood Azhar continues to remain at the helm of affairs of the Jaish-e-Mohammad despite the UN imposing a ban and declaring him a terrorist.

As expected the Jaish-e-Mohammad would now operate under a new name, intelligence agencies have learnt. It was expected that Pakistan would change the name of the outfit to overcome the ban and we witnessed this in the case of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba as well.

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With Azhar banned, Pak will use Mohammad Rauf, Athar Ibrahim to run JeM

New Delhi, May 02: In the wake of the UN ban on Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar, Pakistan would now find ways to safeguard him and his outfit.

One could expect some eye-wash from Pakistan to show that it seems to be acting against Azhar and the JeM. Anticipating such a decision and a strike by India in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, Pakistan’s ISI has shifted Azhar’s base over four times, Indian intelligence agencies tell OneIndia.

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NIA applies brakes on JeM expansion plan

New Delhi, Apr 26: The National Investigation Agency has arrested two more persons in connection with a Jaish-e-Mohammad terror conspiracy case.

The NIA arrested JeM terrorists Tanveer Ahmad Ganie and Bilal Mir, both residents of Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Entire JeM team involved in Pulwama attack wiped out: All this in less than 45 days

pulwama-crpfIslamabad, Apr 23: Pakistan on Monday took exception to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks about India’s nuclear capability, terming them “highly unfortunate” and said such nuclear brinksmanship should be discouraged.

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Same team of JeM planned Lethpora and Pulwama attack, probe suggests

New Delhi, Apr 09: The interrogation of Nisar Ahmed Tantray, a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist deported from the UAE suggests that the Lethpora CRPF camp attack case and the Pulwama strike are inter-linked. In the early part of April, Tantray a top JeM terrorist wanted in the Lethpora case was deported from the UAE to India. Post the attack in 2017, he had fled India for the UAE.

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In major diplomatic win for India, deadly JeM terrorist deported from UAE

New Delhi, Apr 03: In a major diplomatic win for India, a top Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist and one of the key conspirators of the Pulwama attack has been deported from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). An officer of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) informed OneIndia that the UAE has deported Nisar Ahmed Tantray, an accused in the Pulwama Lethpora CRPF camp attack.

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