Hizbul and LeT join hands in new terror video

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| Wednesday, January 11, 2017 - 16:44
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New Delhi: In a new terror video that has emerged on the social media, two of the deadliest terror organisations Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul Mujahideen are seen joining hands to plan a terror attack in the country.

In the video, terrorists from the two groups walk through thick snow-clad mountains with AK-47 rifles in their hands. They can also be seen playing with the snow in the forest area.

The intelligence reports suggest that the location might be somewhere in south Kashmir. Reports also suggest that he video was shot either on January 7 or 8, when the valley witnessed snowfall.

Also read: Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Zakir Musa issues open threat to J&K police

According to security experts, the heavy snowfall and the unbearable cold has pushed the militants towards the residential areas in south Kashmir.

In another video which was uploaded earlier, a strategic meeting between the Lashkar and Hizbul militants is taking place at an undisclosed location. The militants are seen talking in the local language and discussing the Kashmir situation after the killing of Burhan wani.

Intelligence Agencies (IA) have cautioned airport securities across the nation of possible terror attacks and hijacks prior to the Republic Day festivities. 

Keeping in note the tip-off by the agencies, security has been beefed up at all airports — national and international.

Since the day India carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan has been pushing militants into the valley to carry out the terror attacks.

 

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