Intelligence sounds alert over presence of 12 JeM militants in valley
HT NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, March 8: As many as 12 Jaish-e-Mohammed militants have infiltrated into Kashmir valley, according to the intelligence alert.
Twelve foreign origin JeM militants entered Kashmir on February 13-14 in two different batches via the jungles of Jumagund (Keran sector), the intelligence alert stated.
The intelligence agencies claim that these militants may be hiding in the Sopore and Bandipora areas. These 12 have satellite phones (Thuraya phones) as well as hand grenades with them.
The intelligence agencies revealed that both Kaiser Ahmad Dar, a resident of Pulwama, and foreign militant Abu Saad who were hiding in Pulwama and reached Sopore town of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on February 21.
After this input, everyone has been asked to stay alert.
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