Balakot terror camps, which were destroyed in IAF airstrikes, reactivated by Pakistan

Nearly 18 months after surgical strikes by Indian Air Force (IAF) on Balakot terror camps, Pakistan’s notorious spy agency ISI is using top Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) commanders with having terror experience in Afghanistan to train terrorists in Balakot with an aim to launch attacks on Indian soil. As per the latest report of Intelligence agencies, top JeM commander Juber has been tasked to train newly recruited terrorists in JeM camps of Balakot. Juber has been Involved in terror attacks in Afghanistan against NATO forces.

A newly made control room has also been found functional in Balakot camp. The control room is used by JeM and other terror groups to help in the infiltration of terrorists inside India. After crossing the LoC, the handlers of these terrorists constantly instruct them through code words from Pakistan.

A report seen by The India Post reveals terrorists are planning to target military bases in Rajasthan in October. “A likelihood of a terrorist attack similar to ‘Pathankot attack’ indicated. Terrorists are planning to launch an attack on an unspecified military base in Rajasthan during this month,” said a security agency report. As per security agencies report, Jaish terrorists entrusted the task for handling terrorist attack plans in Delhi to a “Maulana” who has experience of handling JeM operations in Afghanistan. Security agencies are gathering more information on “Maulana” who has been given the task by Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to launch an attack in Delhi.

When the world is waging a war against the COVID-19 pandemic, terrorist groups and their leaders in Pakistan are busy in making recruitments to launch attacks in India. 

Currently, there are about 40,000 terrorists in Pakistan, of which 16 have been declared as international terrorists by the United Nations. These terrorists belong to Pakistan-based terror groups like Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Jaish-e-Mohammad and both these organizations are banned worldwide, but their activities still continue in Pakistan. 

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