Pakistan and its infamous intelligence agency ISI have now introduced a new mode of pushing weapons into Jammu and Kashmir. Drones keep hovering over skies to drop arms and ammunition at selected places for terrorists through their conduits to destabilise India that has been witnessing proxy war for over three decades. The rogue neighbour is adopting innovative measures to sustain violence and keep the pot boiling in the Valley in the name of Jihad. After terrorising the people by gun powder and blasts, a lesser lethal mode of stone-pelting had gained currency years ago with youth throwing stones on the security forces through street corners. The motivation is to engage the youth, who are systematically being indoctrinated against the nation, in hot pursuits. The terror violence has changed the course of life in once peaceful Valley. This has cost heavily to the people in terms of their sustenance and security. Normal activities have become a thing of the past. This is essentially because of Pakistan, which doesn’t care two hoots for even their co-religionists. Using them as fodder of the cannon gives sadistic pleasure to Pak rulers who have been thriving on bash India sentiment. The mode of drones is therefore a strategy to arm the terrorists, who are feeling the heat of the security forces. Their hideouts are being smashed and armoury seized. To replenish these stocks, drones are the easiest mode to arm the radicalised youth. This is a big challenge. Security agencies have been flagging the issue of Pakistan using Unarmed Aerial Vehicles to replenish weapons to terror safe havens. These incidents were detected in Kupwara, Hira Nagar, Kathua and Rajouri. This is in addition to the arms being sneaked into the Valley through various infiltration routes with the assistance of ‘guides’ who have now gained the new nomenclature of Over Ground Workers. Many of them have been arrested in recent months and the information retrieved from them is reportedly explosive, which exposes the intent of Islamabad.
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