High alert in J&K as JeM plots revenge strikes, while LeT looks to recruit

army-shopianNew Delhi, May 11: There is a high alert in Jammu and Kashmir, after the Jaish-e-Mohammad issued a call to carry out a major strike. The JeM directed its cadres to carry out a strike on the Indian Army and para-military forces.

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Kabul: The ISIS-ISI bonhomie was spoken about in this 2019 IB report

isis-kabul-attackNew Delhi, Mar 28: A December 2019 Intelligence Bureau report had said that the ISI and ISIS would come together to target Indian missions in Afghanistan. The report gains significance in the wake of the Gurdwara attack in Kabul that claimed 25 lives.

The report in 2019 had said that the ISI would task operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to help the ISIS to carry out attacks. In the Kabul attack, the name of Mawlawai Aslam Farooqi, a Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative has cropped up. He was tasked by the ISI and investigations so far have shown that he had led the strike.

Action by Pakistan on Hafiz Saeed lacking says FATF

New Delhi, Oct 07: The Asia Pacific Group of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) which decided to place Pakistan in the Enhanced Expedited Follow Up List as it failed to meet its standards said that the country has not taken enough action to implement sanctions against Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed.

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Ample evidence there to suggest Hurriyat-Terrorist link: Supreme Court

New Delhi, Apr 03: The Supreme Court while cancelling the bail of Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali, a Kashmiri businessman, in a terror funding case said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has collected ample evidence to show linkages between the Hurriyat leaders of Jammu and Kashmir and terror organisations as also their activities to wage war against India.

The bail was granted by the Delhi High Court to Watali arrested by NIA for his alleged role in a terror-funding case involving Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed.

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In Kashmir, it is Hizbul’s Unrest 2.0 vs Army’s Operation Clean up 2.0

Srinagar/New Delhi: The days ahead for the Indian Army in Kashmir are going to be tough, but for the terrorists it would be even tougher. If one looks at the encounter that took place during the weekend, it was clear that the Army went all out to target the local cadre of the Hizbul Mujahideen who were planning Unrest 2.0 in the Valley. At least 11 out of the 12 terrorists killed were part of the Hizbul Mujahideen while the 12th was a Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist.

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CBI court quashes summons against IB officials in Ishrat Jahan case

A court has quashed the summons issued to four officers including former special director of the Intelligence Bureau, Rajinder Kumar in connection with the Ishrat Jahan case. Rajeev Wankhede, T S Mittal and M K Sinha and Kumar were named in the chargesheet for the alleged murder of Ishrat Jahan. On June 15 2004, an encounter had taken place at Ahmedabad. The police had said that Ishrat Jahan, Javed Shaikh, Jishan Zauhar and Amjad Ali were operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and were on a mission to kill Narendra Modi who was then the chief minister of Gujarat.

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ISI redraws strategy in J-K: LeT, Hizbul go into hiding; Jaish terrorists waiting to infiltrate

New Delhi: The Intelligence Bureau has warned the Indian Army about nearly 300 terrorists waiting across the border to cross over into the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ironically the IB reports that all these terrorists are part of the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is making a hard push to unleash terror in the Valley and neighbouring states.

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Will Siddaramaiah join Hafiz Saeed’s new party? BJP wants to know

sidd_2356131gThe BJP likened Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah to Hafiz Saeed, the chief of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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Pak army provides Siachen gear to terrorists for infiltrations during winter

ter4A meeting of top Pakistan army officials with terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Tayiba was held last week to discuss on how to carry on with the infiltrations during the winter.

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Hafiz Saeed’s political party stares at ban in Pakistan

hafizsaeedPakistan is set to assess the status of the Milli Muslim League, a political party backed by Lashkar-e-Tayiba boss Hafiz Saeed.

Read more at:Pakistan is set to assess the status of the Milli Muslim League, a political party backed by Lashkar-e-Tayiba boss Hafiz Saeed.

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