New Delhi :
Days after Pulwama terror attack, which claimed lives of 40 CRPF personnel, intelligence agencies have issued fresh alerts about a possible terror strike, sources said.Â According to sources, the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Abu Bakar, an IED expert, is reportedly planning for another such attack.Â
Sources in intelligence agencies also said that there are seven suicide bombers in the valley who have been trained by a colonel of Pakistan's secret service agency ISI. The colonel who trained them has been given a code name 'Colonel Tarik'.Â Â Â
The group of these suicide bombers has been formed by Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar. The group has been named as 'Muhlik Lashkar' which roughly means 'deadly group'. Sources also claimed that there areÂ aÂ total of 298 terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. Out of them, 100 terrorists are of foreign origin in the valley.Â
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Investigating agencies are planning to nab these foreign terrorists present in the valley. They are the first target after the Pulwama attack. According to information available, terror group Jaish has 22 Pakistani terrorists in the valley and 19 of them are local. Reports suggest that Masood Azhar's close aide 'Kaka' alias Rauf is monitoring these terrorists. Apart from him, a terrorist named Suhel Bhai is their leader in the valley.
Jaish has claimed responsibility and identified suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar as the one who carried out the attack February 14. In an unverified ten-minute video recorded before the attack, Dar also mentions that many more people like him were ready to 'follow the same path'.
Another terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba has around 79 terrorists in the valley. Also, 100 terrorists of Hizbul Mujahideen are active in the valley. The most important information is that most of these terrorists are active in Pulwama, where 40 CRPF jawans lost their lives.Â