Pak terrorist arrested in Delhi stayed undercover as a peer baba

New Delhi, Oct 13: A terrorist of Pakistan nationality associated with the ISI who was arrested in Delhi was planning terror attacks during the festive season, the preliminary investigation has shown. An AK-47 rifle and other firearms had been recovered from him.

The police said that Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living in Delhi as an Indian national with the name Ali Ahmed Noori. Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner (Special Cell) said that his team had recently received inputs that a Pakistani national, who lived in east Delhi was impersonating as an Indian citizen. He was then traced to Laxmi Nagar and later arrested.

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ISI sponsored terrorist from Pakistan arrested in Delhi, Ak-47 recovered

New Delhi, Oct 12: A terrorist of Pakistan nationality associated with the ISI has been arrested in Delhi. An AK-47 rifle and other firearms have been recovered from him.

The police said that Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living in Delhi as an Indian national with the name Ali Ahmed Noori. Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner (Special Cell) said that his team had recently received inputs that a Pakistani national, who lived in east Delhi was impersonating as an Indian citizen. He was then traced to Laxmi Nagar and later arrested.

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J&K: Terrorists on killing spree, want people to lose faith in Indian system

New Delhi, Oct 08: The targeted killing of non-local civilians in Jammu and Kashmir has spread a wave of terror and fear among the people. While the need of the hour is quick action to neutralise these terrorists, security experts that there is a pattern to the killings.

The abrogation of Article 370 was meant to make Jammu and Kashmir inclusive. However with this new wave of killings, it appears as though the terrorists want the people of the Valley to lose faith in the Indian system.

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The innocent minorities in Kashmir are bearing the brunt of Pakistan’s frustration

New Delhi, Oct 08: There were three killings of civilians yet again in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.

The killings of three persons including two teachers took place just two days after three civilians were killed by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir this week.

The message that the terrorists want to send out is very clear. One they want to install fear in the minds of the people siding with democracy and peace. Secondly, if one looks at the killings there is an attempt to terrorise the non-locals and Hindus living in Jammu and Kashmir.

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How Pakistan used almonds to fund terror and back-stab India’s good-will on LoC trade

New Delhi, Oct 04: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches at multiple locations in Jammu and Kashmir at the premises of suspected Line of Control traders.

The case was registered by the NIA in 2016. The LoC trade between India and Pakistan was started in 2008 as part of a confidence building measure between Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan occupied Kashmir. The trade was based on barter system and third party origin goods were not allowed. The instant case is related to the large scale transfer of funds from Pakistan to India through the import of California Almonds (badam-giri) and other items via the Cross LoC Trade Facilitation Centres (TFCs) located at Salamabad, Uri, District Baramulla and Chakkan-Da-Bag, District Poonch. These funds were purportedly being used for fomenting terrorism / separatism in Jammu & Kashmir.

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Why US engaging with Pakistan on Afghanistan is a cause of worry for India

New Delhi, Oct 04: India has been keeping a close watch on the situation in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over. At an event in Washington, External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar pointed out that there were tactical compromises the US may be making in Afghanistan and Pakistan via the Taliban.

With the Afghanistan situation remaining very fragile, there is a good chance that the US may re-engage with Pakistan. It is a well known fact that Pakistan has meddled immensely in Afghanistan.

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Pakistan uses fake Islam is in danger narrative as main theme of its terror indoctrination

New Delhi, Sep 28: An infiltration bid was made by Pakistani terrorists along the Line of Control in Uri Sector on the intervening night of 18/ 19 September 2021 and the same was eliminated over succeeding nights, the Indian Army said.

Taking advantage of dark night, uneven ground, bad weather and thick undergrowth, Pakistan harboured terrorist group Lashkar-e-Tayiba attempted to infiltrate six terrorists from the general area of Pakistani post Jabri. During the infiltration attempt, while two terrorists were crossing the LC, own patrolling party established contact with them. Taking advantage of the thick undergrowth, four terrorists ran back towards the POK side of LC while remaining two terrorists managed to enter into own area.

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Pak terrorist captured, another shot dead along LoC

New Delhi, Sep 28: A Pakistani terrorist has been captured, while another has been killed during a counter-infiltration operation in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir.

Sources tell OneIndia that the incident took place along the Line of Control in Uri.

Earlier this month, a second attempt to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir was made.

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With winter months approaching, Pakistan changing behaviour rapidly on infiltrations

New Delhi, Sep 24: A second attempt to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir signals that Pakistan has changed its position despite saying that it was following the ceasefire truce with India.

It has become clear now that this increase in the number of activities cannot take place without the blessing of the local army commanders of Pakistan. Lt. General Pandey said that it is just not possible that such number of activities can take

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Pak had 3 pronged agenda in creating terror module that Delhi Police bust

New Delhi, Sep 18: Earlier this week, the Delhi Police busted a major ISI sponsored module, which was planning on carrying out a series of attacks in the country.

The Delhi Police said that the six persons were planning major attacks in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra during the festival season. The police also said that the accused persons had visited Pakistan. In Pakistan they were taken to a town near the Gwadar port and were trained by two persons from the Pakistan Army.

The training imparted to them involved preparing IEDs, using firearms, AK-47s and committing arson with the help of items of daily use.

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