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Pak using drugs, relatives of killed terrorists, social media to revive terrorism in J&K
6/5/2023 11:04:02 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 5: Despite losing the 30-year long proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan hasn’t given up yet and is making desperate attempts to revive terrorism in the Union Territory.
According to the sources, terror training camps are still intact in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and the terrorist handlers are making every attempt to push the terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir. “The leaders of the terror groups based in PoK are using social media to radicalize the youth and are also trying to revive their old contacts,” sources added.
They said, “Terrorist handlers are trying to rope in the relatives of the killed terrorists and even the former terrorists.”
It’s in place to mention here that during the past few months the security agencies while investigating different terror cases have stumbled upon the leads that have led them to the relatives of the killed terrorists.
Last year security agencies had arrested a surrendered terrorist Aslam Sheikh of Basantgarh in connection with Udhampur twin blasts. Sheikh was in touch with Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist Mohammad Amin Bhat alias “Khubaib” and had got recycled into terrorism.
In yet another instance a hybrid terrorist Zaffar Iqbal of Bal Angralla tehsil Mahore of district Reasi was arrested by security forces for his involvement in terrorism related activities . His brother Mohammad Ishfaq, a LeT terrorist, was killed by security forces in an encounter in Rajouri district.
Sources said that Pakistan-based terror handlers are getting in touch with the family members of killed terrorists and were trying to lure either by offering money or exploiting their sentiments to join terror outfits.
They said that terrorists operating from across the Line of Control (LoC) are using drones to drop weapons and narcotics in J&K to keep the pot boiling. “Sale proceeds acquired by selling narcotics are used for funding terror outfits. But the security agencies have succeeded in exposing the narco-terrorism nexus.”
Sources said that the attempts from across the (LoC) to push narcotics are a cause of concern as it’s destroying the future generation of Kashmir. “Pakistan is making desperate attempts to turn Kashmir’s younger generation into drug addicts,” they added.
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