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Pakistani frustration worsens: Banned TRF issues fresh threat, 6th in 2 months
1/9/2023 11:08:56 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 9: Even as the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) recently banned The Resistance Front, the TRF has yet again warned of terror attacks on innocent people in Jammu and Kashmir, whose names had figured in the previous "hit lists" prompting the concerned agencies including police to intensify probe into the case.
It’s for the sixth time in the last around two months that the terror outfit has circulated its such letters where the victimized Kashmiri Pandit community in particular has been the target.
The latest letter surfaced within days after the Union Home Ministry banned the TRF on January 5.
After being exposed by the Modi government through the much-needed ban, the TRF in the threat letter initially wants to pretend not being offshoot of Pakistan-based Lashkar.
The letter subsequently in a sinister bid to create chaos states that the names that had figured in the previous lists were not names alone but that the terror group was after them.
A senior official told the Early Times on the condition of anonymity that it was an act of frustration on the part of Pakistan to divert attention from the economic crises in the enemy country. He said the government was fully prepared to foil any such nefarious designs and that people should not pay heed to rumors.
The TRF came into existence in 2019 as a proxy of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba, which was involved in numerous terror acts, including the 26/11 terror attacks in the financial capital.
According to the security experts the terror outfit is largely involved in “psychological operations” on social media for indoctrinating the youth.
The TRF had circulated hate content on social media to target a senior journalist of Kashmir who was subsequently killed by terrorists.
As per the sources in police, the intelligence agencies have inputs that wanted terror commander from Kashmir Sajad Gul was the mastermind behind the terror threats issued by TRF and that he was doing it at the behest of the ISI.
The home ministry has declared Sheikh Sajjad Gul as a designated terrorist under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act 1967.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police have already registered a police case over terror threats while team of senior officials are investigating it.
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