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Police to probe fresh threat from Pak terror portal
8/19/2022 11:13:36 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Aug 19: The Jammu and Kashmir Police is set to probe the fresh threat purportedly released by a Pakistani terror portal that wants to “keep the pot of bloodshed boiling in the valley.”
Top sources said the terror portal has issued a fresh threat in the wake of some recent positive developments on the electoral front in Jammu and Kashmir.
The sources said terror portal, which has been banned across India has released some terror content that has put the security establishment on alert to safeguard lives of the people. The terror portal is believed to be close to the Lashkar and other terror outfits operating from Pakistan and POK across the fence.
The terror portal, as per the sources, in the past had issued death threats to some prominent Kashmiri people, some of whom were subsequently killed by the terrorists.
The sources said an FIR was likely to be registered in connection with the content of the purported threat.
The era of peace and prosperity which Jammu and Kashmir has been witnessing since the abrogation of the so called special status of the region followed by the expression of love towards the nation by the people of the valley in particular has left Pakistan frustrated.
It’s for the first time in the last over seven decades that Kashmir witnessed a never before Tiranga wave with people actively participating in the nationalist events.
As per the security analysts the positive developments which have taken place in Kashmir in the last around three years has been enough to irritate the terror groups and their masters sitting in Pakistan.
The terror portal released the purported threat on the day when the National Investigation Agency conducted numerous raids in Kashmir in connection with the smuggling of arms and ammunition into J&K through drones by Pakistan. The NIA has held Pakistan responsible for the deadly drone droppings.
When contacted a senior official said the matter has come to their notice and that a case was likely to be registered. “Our forces have always been on alert and all such nefarious designs will be foiled,” he said on the condition of anonymity.
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