Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) reportedly held ‘high level’ meeting with terror groups it nurtures on its soil to plan ‘nefarious activities’ against India. Pakistan is hoping to gain international attention by carrying out such attacks.
As per a report by DNA, a high level meeting was held in capital Islamabad between the ISI and terror groups like Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Hizbul Mujahideen and others to plan various attacks in Jammu & Kashmir. India Today reports that in the meeting, which was held in a ‘safe house’ of Pakistani Army, the terror groups chalked out details of various terror attacks that could be carried out in India.
As per the report, the closed-door meeting also included Khalistani Zindabad Force (KZF) and other pro-Khalistan outfits were also part of the meeting in Islamabad. The pro-Khalistan outfits are reportedly planning joint protests in the UK and US with Kashmiri separatists. The ISI also met Ranjit Singh Neeta of Khalistan Zindabad Force and asked him to activate his channels in Jammu & Kashmir.
Yesterday it was reported that Pakistan had ‘secretly’ released terrorist Masood Azhar from Pakistani jail and was planning a ‘big action’ in Sialkot-Jammu-Rajasthan region. As per the report, Pakistan had deployed additional force along the border near Rajasthan in response to Indian government’s decision to abrogate Article 370.
After getting snubbed by the international community for choosing not to interfere in India’s internal matter, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had earlier threatened “fullest possible response” to India’s moves in Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistani army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa had also said they were prepared to “go till any extent”. Bajwa added they were ready to “give sacrifices for our Kashmiri brothers, fulfil our duty till the last bullet, last soldiers and last breath”.