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Amidst fear of Indian Army, 4 terror camps reportedly shut down in PoK

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 28 March 2019, 14:37 IST
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As the tension skirmishes between India and Pakistani forces at the border, an alert has been reportedly issued by the terror outfits to shut down their camps in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir region, as they fear another strike by the Indian Army.

As per the intelligence input and several surveillance by the technical teams, the agencies have come to know that a meeting was held in PoK’s Nikial on March 16 and it included ISI persons from Pakistan, Let handlers and terrorists including Ashfaq Barwal.

As per a report published in India Today, a message was sent out to the operatives of the Lashkars and other terror outfits that terror camps need to shut down in some of the region, as there is an apprehension that Indian Army might conduct another strike across the border.

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Post this message, camps of the terrorists have been closed in and around the Kotli and Nikial region in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir, which is opposite to the Sunderbani and Rajouri sector.

As per information, Pakistan had violated the ceasefire 634 times in 2019 and 1,629 times in 2018.

India had earlier conducted a ‘pre-emptive, non-military’ strike across LoC in Balakot at the terror camps of Jaish-e-Mohammad with 1000 kgs of bomb, after the dastardly terror attack in Pulwama, which claimed the lives of more than 40 CRPF personnel.

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First published: 28 March 2019, 14:37 IST