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Kashmir on high alert as intelligence inputs warn of unprecedented terror attack in Ramzan

As per reports, Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad with ISI support is planning the attack.

Intelligence agencies have warned of a possible terror attack on defence installations on the 23rd of May the day Lok Sabha election results will be declared. Incidentally, it is also the 17th day of Ramzan. The Kashmir Valley has been put on a 3-day alert.

As tweeted by ANI, Government sources have said that the terrorists are likely to attack Srinagar and Awantipora air bases.

Militants have previously chosen the 17th day of Ramzan, which is also the day of the battle of Badr or Jang e Badr, to attack defence instalments.

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As per reports, the Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad with ISI support is planning the attack. An alert has been issued around National Highway, South Kashmir & some key installations of Indian Army, Air Force and J&K Police.

May 23, the day general election results will be declared coincides with the 17th day of Ramzan on which day the Battle of Badr was fought in 624 BC. It is considered one of the key battles in the early days of Islam and is considered a turning point in Mohammad’s struggle with the opponents which led to a decisive Muslim victory.

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