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Preparing military action for the last 20 days, Pakistan quietly gathers supplies in PoK and near LoC: Reports

According to reports, another high-level source from the Pakistan Army has said that 6 brigades of the Pakistan army have been deployed in every area of the LoC.

Pakistan has been strategizing a military response to India’s decision to revoke Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Since the last 20 days Pakistan Army has been collecting heavy artillery and ammunition on LOC, reports Dainik Bhaskar.

A commanding officer of Pakistan military who is posted in the PoK Dana sector said that the current situation is no less than preparing for war. The way ammunition and equipment are being collected close to the LoC is not common. From the given situation, it seems that war can break out at any time.

According to reports, another high-level source from the Pakistan Army has said that 6 brigades of the Pakistan army have been deployed in every area of the LoC. The main focus of the Pakistan army is the Dana and Bagh sectors, as these areas are very important logistically and strategically, claimed the source.

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Moreover, according to a News 18 reports that along with these brigades, heavy artillery is also being moved to these areas. The maximum heavy artillery is being mobilized in the Tiger, Lipa and Chamb sectors.

There are further reports that Pakistan is plotting a big conspiracy against India. Open-source intelligence (OSINT) recently sent some pictures from the satellite which depict that Pakistan has been planning major operations against India. The pictures show that Pakistan’s three major naval ports – Karachi, Oramara and Gwadar – have been completely evacuated. Moreover, the picture captured through satellites also shows three ships anchored on the naval dock of Karachi.

Image courtesy @detresfa_, used with his permission. The image was first used by Abhijit Iyer-Mitra in his The Print article.

Pakistan has been completely rattled since India’s went ahead with its historic move of repealing Article 370. Venting his frustration Imran Khan on Sunday issued a nuclear war threat to India and said that Islamabad will go to any extent on Kashmir. In an address to his country, Imran Khan said that like India, Pakistan too has nuclear weapons and if the Kashmir issues go to war, it will have global ramification.

Reacting to India’s internal matter, terrified, Imran Khan had earlier also said the abolition of Article 370 will lead to terror attacks, which in turn will lead to India-Pakistan war. He had threatened India saying that “incidents like Pulwama are bound to happen again”.

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