Masood Azhar’s life in danger, ISI shifts him to a safe house in Rawalpindi

masood-azharNew Delhi, Mar 09: Safeguarding Maulana Masood Azhar, the chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad has been a key factor in Pakistan. Considered to be one of Pakistan’s most useful proxies against India, Azhar have over the past two years been moved to several safe houses.

The latest intel on him suggests that he has been moved out of the JeM headquarters at Bahawalpur. The intel on him also says that he has been moved to Rawalpindi as there is information that he could be hit. Moving him to Rawalpindi clearly suggests that he is being hidden under heavy protection by the ISI.

Jaish-e-Mohammad plotted Pulwama attack from Rawalpindi

New Delhi, Mar 15: In the evidence provided to Pakistan on the Pulwama attack, India has cited a mobile number that was used to claim responsibility for the attack.

India has prepared a detailed dossier laden with evidence to show that it was the Pakistan sponsored Jaish-e-Mohammad which carried out the attack. Moments after the Pulwama attack, the JeM claimed responsibility for the same through a WhatsApp number 7006250771.

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Are you wearing bangles was message to militants

IMG_0191It has been a blood bath in Kashmir and as we salute those brave hearts who fought against mindless militants, we also try and analyse the reasons for such a brazen attack.

The militant attack was continuously monitored and staged from Rawalpindi and not Islamabad as many may believe.

“Are you wearing bangles?”: Message from Rawalpindi to militants before Kashmir attacks All attack pertaining to Kashmir have their control centre in Rawalpindi. A month back those in Rawalpindi had a clear message to the militants holed up in the Valley. “Kya tum chudiya pehenke baithe ho,”(are you wearing bangles?). The message was clear and that was to strike hard at the Valley not in a bid to establish control over the politics, but to create a fear in the minds of the people.

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