Balakot Terror Camp Destroyed by IAF Air Raids Reactivated by Pakistan | World news

Nearly 18 months after the Indian Air Force (IAF) underwent a surgical attack on the Balakot terrorist camp, Pakistan’s notorious spy agency, ISI, leveraged Supreme Commander Jaish-i-Mohammad (JeM) with terrorist experience in Afghanistan. Training terrorists in Balakot. Start an attack on Indian land. According to the intelligence agency’s latest report, JeM Supreme Commander Juber was tasked with training newly recruited terrorists in the JeM camp in Balakot. Juber was involved in a terrorist attack against NATO troops in Afghanistan.

A newly built control room was also found functionally at the Balakot camp. The control room is used by JeMs and other terrorist groups to help terrorists invade inside India. After passing through the LoC, this terrorist’s handler continues to dictate through cipher language from Pakistan.

According to a report seen by Zee News, terrorists plan to target a military base in Rajasthan in October. A security agency report suggested the possibility of a terrorist attack similar to “the’Pathankot attack’. The terrorists plan to launch an attack on an unspecified military base in Rajasthan this month.” According to a report from the security agency, the Jaish terrorists left the task of handling plans for a terrorist attack in Delhi to “Maulana”, who had experience handling operations JeM in Afghanistan. Security agencies are gathering more information about “Maulana”, tasked with launching attacks in Delhi by Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), a Pakistani spy agency.

As the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistani terrorist groups and leaders are busy recruiting to launch an attack in India.

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

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