JeM’s nefarious plans for India with ISI, Indian Mujahideen aid

| Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 15:05
First Published |
Jaish-e-mohammed, Pathankot attack, Terror attack

New Delhi: The terror cell Jaish-e-mohammed (JeM) has started a recce of north Indian cities to replicate the Pathankot and Gurdaspur style terrorist attacks. The terrorist organisation is getting help from Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency and Indian Mujahideen (IM), claim reports.

Reports also say that JeM commander Awais Mohammed was went to Malaysia where he will procure a fake Malaysian passport and use it to enter India for perpetrating terror attacks. Awais is a resident of Okara in Pakistan where he has been given responsibility of monitoring the fresh strikes across India like Gurdaspur as well as Pathankot.

Reports have been submitted to the Punjab government by the military agencies that the terrorist cells have started a recce. Jaish-e-mohammed, with the help of IM is keeping a track of numerous sites in the country to carry out another attack like the one at Pathankot airbase.

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