New DelhiBy changing strategy, Pakistan wants to bring back the atmosphere of fear in Kashmir by killing non-Muslims and migrants. Terrorists have killed many innocent minorities at the behest of Pakistani masters. It is Pakistan’s strategy to propagate terrorism in Kashmir as the anger of the local youth.
Terrorists changed strategy in the valley
That is why it has engaged in carrying forward its nefarious plan to shed blood in the Valley by giving names to its dreaded terrorist organizations like Jaish and Lashkar as The Resistance Force (TRF), Lashkar-e-Mustafa, Ghaznavi Force and Al-Badr. Especially, the Pakistan inspired terrorists of TRF have created a furore in the valley, which has increased the concerns of the Indian government. To deal with this, on one hand special operations are being conducted to carry out terrorists in the valley, and on the other hand, serious planning is being made to resort to international forums to shout out Pakistan’s screams.
Pakistan’s scream will come out in FATF?
There is every possibility that India will completely squeeze Pakistan in the meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to be held in Paris, the capital of France. Pakistan’s failure to eliminate terrorism financing is believed to be exposed in the FATF meeting, citing the recent incident of infiltration of terrorists from across the border in Poonch, Kashmir. Anyway, this international body monitoring the activities of money laundering will take stock of the achievements of Pakistan in punishing terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Hizbul Mujahideen and their aides. .
Pakistan sinks in the quagmire of financial crisis
Pakistan is currently in deep financial crisis. He does not even have the expenses of running the government. For this reason he is repeatedly pleading with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). According to a report by The News International, Pakistan needs financial assistance of at least $23.6 billion for the current fiscal and $28 billion for the next fiscal. He will have to raise so much money from outside, but FATF is standing as a big obstacle in his way. Pakistan wants help from all over the world, but it does not care about international rules. In such a situation, he will have to face the consequences of fueling terrorism in India.
Even on the helpers of terrorists
It should be noted that nine soldiers of India were martyred in special operations against terrorists after selectively killing non-Muslims and migrants. Joint operations by security forces are underway in the forested areas of the border districts of Poonch and Rajouri. While the role of Lashkar-e-Taiba-backed TRF has been exposed in recent incidents of civilian killings, the operations of security forces are not limited to terrorists. A source familiar with the matter told our affiliate newspaper The Economic Times (ET) that CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police have so far targeted more than 600 suspects who may be linked to Hizbul, Jamaat and Jaish.
Security forces’ three-pronged strategy
Authorities in Srinagar have ordered suspension of internet services in areas where terrorists are suspected to be hiding. On the one hand, the security forces are under pressure due to the encounter in Srinagar and its outskirts, the continuous search operation and on the other hand the terrorists selectively killed the civilians. A Home Ministry official said, “The Jammu and Kashmir Police has informed that they are proceeding with a three-pronged strategy to control the recent violence. One, the security cordon has been increased and secondly, the terrorists and terrorist groups responsible for the killings are being identified. At the same time, migrants are being shifted to shelter caps.
Shah will go to Kashmir this week
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit Jammu and Kashmir this week. It is expected that he will review the development works and security arrangements in the state during this period. Officials also said that Shah may also hand over the investigation into the killing of civilians in the Valley to the NIA. A Jammu and Kashmir Police official said, “There is a source behind these killings, which confirms that they were terrorist acts. So their investigation can possibly be given to the NIA.
[Attribution to NBT]