Pakistan leaving no stone unturned to infiltrate terrorist in J&K: Indian Army

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Srinagar:Addressing a press conference in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, Chinar Corps Commander Lieutenant General KJS Dhillon said
that Pakistan is leaving no stone unturned to infiltrate terrorist inside India.

He said all the launch pads are now full and infiltration attempts are being made every day. He added that intrusive efforts are being made round the clock with the help of the Pakistani Army.

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Lt Gen Dhillon also confirmed that there were infiltration attempts in Poonch and Rajouri area. The Army added that it had arrested two Pakistani terrorists associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) on August 21 from Jammu and Kashmir. It further released the confession video of the terrorists.

In a massive breakthrough in the fight against terror, Indian security agencies arrested two terrorists, Khalil Ahmad and Nazim Khokar. They had said that terrorists have been sent to LeT camps in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) where they have been receiving training on how to use weapons. Subsequently, Pakistan recruited a group of seven LeT terrorists and sent them to Kashmir. Ahmad and Khokar were part of this group which also had three Afghan nationals. It has been revealed that they were told to target Indian forces.