Exposing Pakistan's support to terror, Jammu-Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh, on Wednesday, has confirmed that Pakistan is trying to push as many terrorists as possible into India through J&K. He added that the current decrease in terrorism in India has troubled Pakistan. He also said that though most infiltration attempts have been foiled, some were successful.
"The current decrease in militancy has troubled Pakistan. Hence, Pakistan is doing daily efforts to push in as many terrorists as possible into India. There has been some infiltration into the area. Many of their efforts have been foiled," he said.
Talking about the numerous ceasefire violations by Pakistan, he added that they were done to push militants accross the border. He also alleged that the Pakistan Army and the ISI were supporting militancy. He cited the example of the recent successful strike by the Indian Army on 7 terror camps in PoK.
"Even now the ceasefire violations in Poonch area, Hiranagar-Samba area, Uri sector nad others are a daily affair. Whenever a ceasefire violation happens, Pakistan does efforts to push militants into India. The (Pak) Army and ISI are involved in the (terror) launch pads which are situated close to the LoC, to push militants," he added.
Earlier on Monday, the Indian Army carried out a large and effective anti-terror operation targeting 7 terror camps in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), according to top sources. As per inputs, over 50 terrorists have been killed in the military strike, leaving Pakistan in disarray. The strike was reportedly carried out after 7 Pakistani SSG commandos were trying to infiltrate in the Tangdhar sector to carry out a Border Action Team (BAT) strike but were neutralised, with their bodies lying unclaimed approximately 300 m inside the Pakistan side of the LoC. Two of the seven terror camps which were hit were reportedly 30 kilometers inside PoK.
Earlier on October 20, India launched a counterattack on terror camps inside Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) opposite the Tangdhar sector. Sources report that the Indian Army had used artillery guns to target the terrorist camps which have allegedly been trying to push terrorists into Indian territory. This attack was launched after Pakistan violated the ceasefire in the Tangdhar sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district, earlier in the day. Sources had reported that four launch pads in Neelam Valley (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) had been targeted/destroyed by the Indian Army. Sources report that 6-10 Pakistan Army soldiers have been killed and several were injured.