40 days on since 370 gone: How security agencies have foiled Pak ploys

srinagar-securityNew Delhi, Sep 16: There has been unprovoked aggression by Pakistan. Terrorists have been issuing warnings galore and intelligence agencies have been warning about heightened terrorist activity in Jammu and Kashmir.

It has been 40 days since the abrogation of Article 370 and the security agencies have been kept busy after restrictions were imposed. There is around 28,000 additional personnel of the central paramilitary forces in Jammu and Kashmir.

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With stoic silence by member nations at UNHRC, Pak likely to drop demand for Kashmir debate

unhrcNew Delhi, Sep 14: Despite the claims made, Pakistan has failed to find any traction at the UNHRC to push for a debate on the Kashmir issue.

Pakistan has made at least four attempts for an urgent debate on the issue but has failed to find any support.

Qaumi Taranah: How Pakistan is communicating with terrorists through its national anthem

For the past couple of days, the Intelligence has found that there are coded messages being sent out by the Pakistan Army to the terrorists. They are being sent out by the Very High frequency radio stations. Signals are being picked up near the Line of Control.

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Since abrogation of Article 370, Pakistan violated ceasefire over 300 times

kashmir_locNew Delhi, Sep 11: Pakistan has violated the ceasefire over 300 times since August 5, the day India decided to abrogate Article 370.

In September alone there have been 92 violations. In the month of August, the number of ceasefire violations reported was 305. In July 296 ceasefire violations were reported.

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Did Pakistan ever act against Azhar? Intel reports show, he remained protected always

masoodNew Delhi, Sep 09: In the aftermath of the Balakot airstrike, Pakistan had moved Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar to a safe location.

Prior to stating that Azhar had been placed under protective custody, Azhar was undergoing treatment at the Army Hospital in Rawalpindi. Now intelligence reports state that he has been released from protective custody.

Going slow on Hafiz Saeed, looking up to Azhar, Pak is only worsening its case at FATF

hafiz-masood-fatfNew Delhi, Sep 09: After failing 32 of the 40 parameters, the Asia Pacific Group of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to place Pakistan in the Enhanced Expedited Follow up list.

This was being seen as a big setback for Pakistan ahead of the crucial plenary of the FATF to be held in October. While, the situation for Pakistan remains grim as it has not done much to curb terror financing, going easy on Lashkar-e-Tayiba boss, Hafiz Saeed and now releasing Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar is not doing any good for the country.

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At key FATF meet, Pakistan faces 125 daunting questions on terror

FATFNew Delhi, Sep 10: The crucial meeting of the FATF has begun. The Asia Pacific Group of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is meeting in Bangkok to assess the action taken by Pakistan on terror. Pakistan is being represented by Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Hammad Azhar.

The Pakistan delegation also comprises representatives of State Bank of Pakistan and Directors of SECP. The head of the Financial Intelligence Unit is representing New Delhi at the meet.

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Pakistan looks to Masood Azhar as it plans major offensive in India

masood-azharNew Delhi, Sep 09: Indian Intelligence officials have said that Pakistan may have secretly released Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar from protective custody.

This move comes after the United Nations had in May 2019 designated Azhar as a terrorist. The move came after China lifted its technical hold on the proposal by the US, UK and France.

As IB reports suggest trouble, J&K police chief speaks of Pakistan role in radicalisation

New Delhi, Sep 07: The police chief of Jammu and Kashmir Dilbagh Singh said that Pakistan is using the social media to radicalise youth.

While stating that Pakistan continues to sponsor terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, Singh said that he was confident that the armed forces and police would rise to the challenge as has been done many times in the past.

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Pakistan plans to launch 1,000 terrorists to bleed India

terNew Delhi, Sep 06: Amidst several intelligence reports that have been issued for Jammu and Kashmir, a fresh one suggests that Pakistan is planning to launch at least 1,000 terrorists in a phased manner into India.

An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that chatter picked up suggests that Pakistan is moving terrorists closer to the border from its various terror training camps.