STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Even as Pakistan army is regularly indulging ceasefire violations along the Line of Control in frontier Rajouri and Poonch districts, fresh intelligence reports have warned Indian agencies that over three dozen terror camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) have been activated once again by Pakistan’s notorious intelligence agency ISI. Majority of these high value targets were either relocated or closed down in the aftermath of Pulwama terror attack as Pakistan had anticipated retaliatory strike by the Indian army. Many of these camps are located, not more than one to two kms from the border and stationed close to the Pakistan Army and the Pak Rangers locations. Several field reports, surveyed by the Indian army, has confirmed regular activity in these ‘terror factories’ close to the Line of Control. Intelligence reports claimed that Pakistan army is aiming to push small groups of infiltrators inside the Indian territory under the cover of firing and it is for this reason these trained terrorists have been brought closer to the launch pads and terror camps. Since January 1, around 90 terrorists have been eliminated by the security forces and killing of top commanders has created leadership crisis in their ranks. Official sources said that terrorists belonging to different terror outfits JeM and Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) have been shifted to these terror camps so that they can sneak inside the Indian territory and lift the sagging morale of the leftover cadre of these terror outfits. Meanwhile, in order to prevent their infiltration, alert jawans of the Indian army are maintaining round the clock vigil to thwart their nefarious designs. As snow is now melting, the LoC is likely to see increased infiltration bids, officials said, adding the Indian Army has taken all necessary measures to prevent any misdeed by the Pakistani terrorists. Taking note of the terror camps across LoC getting active, the Army has increased patrols all along the LoC besides further strengthening its multi-tiered anti-infiltration grid.
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