The intelligence agencies on Wednesday warned that easing of restrictions will lead to a surge in anti-India activities in the Valley.
Inputs gathered by the intelligence Agency, suggest that restoration of internet services and easing of other curbs will lead to separatist activities in Kashmir Valley.
Agencies also warned that Pakistan’s ISI is planning a strategy to exploit the situation once internet services are fully operational in the Valley.
There had been a significant decline in the cross-border infiltration attempt in recent months. According to government data, till November 2019, there were at least 202 infiltration attempts compared with 2018 during which 328 incidents of infiltration by terror groups were reported in Kashmir.