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Pak escalates infiltration bids in JK !
5/28/2022 11:17:27 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, May 28: Frustrated by the masterstroke played by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi by the revocation of the so-called special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019, neighboring Pakistan seems to have escalated infiltration bids in J&K to “keep the pot boiling and to derail peace.”
In the recent past, the infiltration bids are being reported from the frontier regions of both Jammu and Kashmir, seemingly to foil the path of peace and prosperity, which the region has picked up, with the valley witnessing record tourism after decades. On May 25, the security forces launched a massive Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) after suspicious movement was reported from Line of Control area in Poonch sector in Jammu region.
Police and Indian Army launched the massive operation in the area along LoC with several areas being taken into cordon.
Officials said that on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday, Army jawans deployed on the LOC in Bagyaldara area of Poonch Sector observed suspicious movement, possibly of the infiltrators. “An operation was launched in the area soon after this suspicious movement while intense searches were going on,” said officials.
They said that heavy deployment of both Army Jawans and Police was made in the area to foil any nefarious design of the enemy country.
On May 26, the Indian Army foiled an infiltration attempt in forward areas of Jammu and Kashmir’s Keran sector. At least three terrorists were killed and a huge quantity of arms and ammunition were recovered.
Bodies of terrorist trio along with three AK rifles, one pistol, six grenades and a large quantity of ammunition were recovered.
In a defence communiqué, the Indian Army said: “The operation was launched based on specific intelligence from SSP Kupwara. Search parties were formed and they made contact with terrorists at 04.45 AM early on Thursday. It led to a heavy exchange of fire.” Also, one civil porter was killed in the fire fight.
Security analysts believe that the enemy country was desperate to derails the peace process in Jammu and Kashmir and thus was trying to push in terrorists. “But our forces are adequately prepared to foil any such nefarious design. Pakistan will never succeed in its sinister motives,” said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
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