Pakistan-backed terrorist organizations are trying to carry out major terror incidents in India. Pakistan-backed terrorist organizations such as Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba are planning attacks on temples to spread communal tension in India. High alert has been issued in Jammu after receiving inputs from intelligence agencies in this regard. Security has been beefed up in the entire city, sources said.
English website India Today quoted sources as saying that terrorist organizations may try to target temples in Jammu on the occasion of Independence Day on August 5 and August 15. Let us tell you that August 5 is the second anniversary of the abolition of Article 370 and terrorist organizations are trying to shake India on this occasion.
Security officials said some recent incidents of drone dropping of IEDs have indicated that Pakistan-backed terror outfits are trying to launch huge explosives at crowded places near temples in Jammu. A senior official of the North Block i.e. Defense Ministry told India Today that at least three previous attempts of terror conspiracy have been foiled in the past. Another official said that the drones have been used to bring the IEDs so that their terrorists present in the Valley can spot them and carry out the attack.
Let us tell you that recently on July 23, a drone was shot down in Kanachak area of Jammu and Kashmir and explosive material has been recovered with it. Five kilograms of explosives were recovered from this drone. In addition, a seven kg IED was recovered in February near a busy bus stand in Jammu city. However, two people were taken into custody in this case.
Terrorist conspiracies are also known from the fact that on June 27, a drone blast was carried out in the technical area of Jammu Air Force Station. The very next day, the Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Nadeem Abrar, who was involved in several attacks on security forces and civilians in Kashmir, was arrested by the police. The security forces had recovered a pistol and a grenade from his possession.
After interrogating him, the Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested two of his associates. Those arrested have been identified as residents of Kashmir. After interrogating the accused, the police came to know about a possible terror attack on the famous Raghunath temple in Jammu, after which the police had to issue an alert. The police also did not deny that more temples are on the radar of terrorists in Jammu city.