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11/14/2017

Pakistan      At least 10 persons including an Army Captain killed in a militant attack in FATA
India      Two Assam Rifles troopers killed and six others injured in an IED blast triggered by PLA militants in Manipur
India      Two HM militants killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Two CoBRA jawans injured in IED blast triggered by CPI-Maoist in Odisha
India      Encounter breaks out in Kulgam and Pulwama Districts of Jammu and Kashmir
India      Six Naxalites arrested in separate incidents in Jharkhand
India      Five militia members surrender in Andhra Pradesh
India      Gangster admits killing of Amritsar Hindu outfit leader on Facebook
Pakistan      Interior Ministry denies reports about arms licenses cancellation
India      Cybercrime in India rising rapidly, shows cyber cell statistics
Sri Lanka      Importance of bringing new Constitution which safeguards unitary status of country stressed
India      Assam's territorial integrity won't be compromised due to future Naga Accord, says CM Sarbananda Sonowal
Nepal      CPN-Maoist Centre and CPN-UML would be unified only after elections, says CPN-Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal
Bangladesh      Grenades used in gruesome attack in 2004 supplied by brother of BNP Deputy Minister, says Chief Prosecutor
India      Kashmiri youth visiting Pakistan used as terror conduits, says Government agency







 
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Kashmiri youth visiting Pakistan used as terror conduits, says Government agency

Kashmiri youth visiting Pakistan are being imparted training in cyber-communication and used as conduits for conveying specific instructions, a multi-agency body constituted by the Government to probe terrorism and smuggling of drugs across the Indo-Pak border found, reports The Times of India on November 13. Kashmiri youth, who are either studying in Punjab or involved in some business there, are being encouraged to visit Pakistan on valid visa documents, said a report of the agency that has members from the Punjab Police, Border Security Force (BSF) and the Army. It was underlined that a particular pattern with the Kashmiri youth visiting Pakistan was observed from the data of 2016. The frequent overstaying of visa period by Kashmiri youth was pointed out and it was observed that the database and details of Indians who have either under stayed or over stayed the visa period should be closely monitored and shared with all the concerned agencies.

In one such case, a resident of Kulgam in Jammu and Kashmir was found carrying specific instructions from Saifullah Ghazi, a terrorist active in Rawalpindi, the report recorded. The youth was provided money to purchase a mobile phone and install BBM app in order to receive further instructions from his handlers in Pakistan which he was supposed to convey to his commander in Kulgam, the report said. The report expressed concern over the trend for it was done at the behest of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) ‘chief’ Masood Azhar. The role of Azhar’s younger brother Talha Al-Saif has also come to light. It might be mentioned here that a petition pertaining to drugs and cross border terrorism is pending adjudication in the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The agency has learnt about the involvement of banned Pakistani terrorist outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), which the report said, has increased its training activities all across Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) particularly after Eid. Over the period of two months, three to four reports of infiltration from Gurdaspur and Amritsar area have been received.

The Indian intelligence agencies were informed that JeM student wing, Al-Murabitun (AM) organised a second annual congregation for Jihadi indoctrination titled “Islamic and Training Convention” at Balakot (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan) from July 28 to 30 which was addressed by Talha Al-Saif. Besides, JeM inducted a batch of 12-13 students at Markaz Usman-o-Ali, Bahawalpur from July 10 to 21 in which 70 students from Peshawar, Manshera and Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa participated. Another JeM centre in Karachi was scheduled to conduct a Daura-e-Tarbiya course from July 21to 27.

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