Hizbul Terrorists Plan Fresh Attack On J&K: Intel


New Delhi: According to recent Intel report, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists in collaboration with Zakir Musa may plan fresh attack on Jammu and Kashmir. The report also said that the duo meet with each other in Pulwama area of Jammu and Kashmir on October 26, and are planning a subsequent terror attack in the Valley.

It has also been learnt that three terrorists have crossed the Line of Control and reached Malikpura in Pulwama, reported Times Now. Zakir Musa, along with four members of his group, is believed to have met a group of 14 terrorists that have recently infiltrated into India in the upper reaches of Khan Saheb between Raiyar and Doodhpathri area of Jammu and Kashmir.

This terror group comprising all Pakistani nationals have infiltrated from Gulmarg area, reports state. Sources add that the terrorists conducted an hour-long meeting on October 9. This terror group, after infiltrating from the LoC near Gulmarg, entered Budgam belt via Aarizal forest.

Zakir Musa has instructed this fresh batch of terrorists to keep changing their SIM cards and has asked them to avoid using their mobile since that will help security agencies pin them down.

Zakir Musa is believed to be hiding somewhere in Khan Saheb area in Budgam. Security forces have been put on high alert after the inputs from intelligence agencies.