ISI has made 9 launch pads for infiltration from PoK, plans to infiltrate 150 terrorists before winter


Jammu . A large number of terrorists from Pakistan are trying to infiltrate into PoK. Security agencies have received information that Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has kept 9 launching pads ready. There is a plan to infiltrate on a large scale through these launching pads. BSF and Army patrols have been increased along the border to thwart the infiltration bid, a senior official said. At the same time, seeing all the routes of infiltration closed, terrorists are now conspiring to enter Jammu and Kashmir through new routes.
According to the report, Pakistan’s ISI plans to infiltrate about 150 terrorists before the winter season, as the infiltration routes are closed after snowfall. At this time, during rainy days, the cover of maize and dense grass can be infiltrated. According to sources, preparations have been made to infiltrate terrorists from Pakistan into North Kashmir, Poonch and Nowshera sectors. However, according to the inputs of security agencies, at present 150 terrorists have taken training in terrorist camps across the border and are waiting for further orders. According to the inputs, these terrorist camps operating in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir are 4 to 5 km away from the border. The launching pads have been shifted to the villages adjoining the border, so that the terrorists can be brought to the posts for infiltration by wearing the clothes of the common people.
Often terrorists are kept on the launching pad from the training camp for two to three days, but due to the strong grid of the Indian Army, now these terrorists are sitting on the posts of the Pakistan Army for several days. Sources say that within the village adjacent to the border, launching pads have been made in the houses of the people. Officials of the Pakistani Army often hold meetings with terrorists in these houses. ISI has established its launching pads at Balakot, Garhi Habibullah, Dulai, Sansa, Kotlir, Khuraita, Gulpur, Samani, Tattapani.