According to SSP Kathua, a truck carrying arms and ammunition has been recovered in the Jammu and Kashmir region. As per initial reports, three terrorists have been arrested and six AK-47 rifles along with Rs 4.5 lakh cash have been recovered from them.
The arms and ammunition were recovered during routine checking at Lakhanpur border in Kathua. It is reported that the weapons were being brought to Srinagar from Amritsar in Punjab. The truck was having Srinagar number plate.
Following the abrogation of Article 370 which gave special status to Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan has time and again threatened India with ‘attacks’. There has also been an increased threat of terror attacks initiated by Pakistan supported by the Pakistan’s spy agency, ISI.
Earlier today we had reported how the Indian security agencies have recently cracked some code words being used by the Pakistani Army and terrorist groups along the other side of LoC to communicate with terrorists active inside Jammu and Kashmir. As per reports, the coded messages are being sent through FM stations installed along the LoC in PoK.
There had also been a sudden surge in the instances of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the LoC at different sectors. A report by the Indian Army has mentioned that since August 5, there had been over 300 instances of ceasefire violation by Pakistan.
Many attempts by Pakistan’s BAT forces and terrorist groups to push infiltrators have also been thwarted by Indian forces.