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Pak policy unchanged, Imran Khan has no say
Terrorists killed in Jhajjar Kotli were upto 'something big'
9/13/2018 10:48:11 PM
Early Times Report
jAMMU, Sept 13: Three terrorists who were neutralized by the security forces in the forests of Jhajjar Kotli here on Thursday could have been planning a major attack either on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway or in the Valley.
Sources said that the war like stores which were recovered from the truck in which they were travelling indicate that the trio could have been up to something big. "The truck driver and the conductor who were arrested by the security forces were trained over ground workers and were very much in the loop," sources added.
An official said that initial investigations have revealed that the trio had most probably infiltrated through Samba sector and were fresh infiltrators. "The documents which have been recovered from the possession of the killed militants indicate that they were Pakistani nationals and could have been possibly affiliated with Lashkar-e-Toiba militant outfit," he added.
A defence analyst while talking to Early Times said that Pakistan is no mood to mend its ways. "Despite change in guard Pakistan is continuing with its policy of exporting terror into our country and wants the proxy war to continue," he said, adding, "As the security forces have tightened the Line of Control in Kashmir the militants are trying to use the Jammu border to infiltrate. The security forces need to become more vigilant to foil the nefarious designs of Pakistan and the terrorists sponsored by it."
He said that people who are talking about new regime in Pakistan should sit back and introspect. "Political regimes in Pakistan are sponsored by the Pakistan army and the ISI. Politicians are just puppets in the hands of the army generals. Imran Khan cannot do anything as the Pakistan army and the ISI wants to keep the conflict alive by sending terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir," the defence analyst added.
He said that change of guard in Pakistan has no relevance as the policy to keep the "pot boiling" has been devised by the people who dictate terms to the politicians in the neighbouring country.
Another official said, "Pakistan is trying to push more and more infiltrators into J&K to support the local militants who are active in the Valley. Their only aim is to spread terror and step up violence in Kashmir. Local militants who are active in Kashmir are not that trained and have no shelf life. Pakistani militants are being sent to train them and support them to keep J&K burning."
He said that the investigations are on to ascertain where exactly the three militants, killed in Jajhar Kotli, were going and what was their target. "The truck driver and the conductor who were arrested from the spot have revealed some details and investigators are trying to put the pieces together," the official added.
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