New Delhi: In cabinet meet, PM warns ministers against chest-thumping over surgical strikes, speaking out of turn, say sources.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday chaired a a high-level meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security, which was called to discuss the present situation in the aftermath of last week’s surgical strikes by the Indian Army across LoC.
During today’s CCS meet, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval informed the Prime Minister and others about at least 12 terror new launch pads, which have come up after Army’s surgical strikes last week.
Doval, according to India TV, also shared the inputs gathered by various intelligence agencies after Army’s daring secret operation along the Line of Control last week.
The report provided information related to the movement and fresh deployment of Pakistani troops and militants along the border areas.
However, raising an alarm for the security establishment, Doval reportedly claimed that at least 12 terror launch pads have come up within PoK following India’s strikes and that militants in large numbers are planning to infiltrate into the Indian side.
NDTV also quoted top sources in citing NSA Ajit Doval as telling the CCS that Pakistan’s Infantry Division is guarding all these terror launch pads.
Doval, at the CCS meet, reportedly informed that at least 40-50 jawans of Pakistan Army’s Infantry Division are guarding each of these installations.