Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is now relying on its private militia to wage proxy war against India. The ususal 'rouges gallery' of anti-India elements are ready to assist Pakistan in their conspiracy.
According to sources, Dawood Ibrahim has taken responsibility for supplying weapons to the private militia. Rauf Mohammad Asghar, the brother of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar, has been given the job of helping the members of this private militia cross the broder and infiltrate into India.
According to intelligence sources, ISI is planning to infiltrate this private militia into India via Keran sector in Rajasthan. ISI is also planning to send some militants through international border in Punjab. According to soucers, this militia constitues of 28 men from Lashkar-e-Taiba, 15 from JeM, 12 from Hizbul and 15 Afghan militants.
Many members of the ISI's private militia are currently in Bhai Mansoor Khan village. They are hoping to enter Indian area launch pads in Machil and Gurez sectors, according to intelligence sources.
Intelligence agencies have also learned about the activities of Dawood Ibrahim and his D-Company providing help to these militiamen. According to sources, many terrorists are being trained to speak Hindi by some D-Company members in Karachi. Agencies suspect that they may try to enter India from the Nepal route. They are being taught Hindi to easily hide among the common people and execute their plans.