Terrorist from across LoC are gearing up to launch a major strike in India to avenge September 29 surgical attack on terror launch pads in PoK by Indian Army, according to intercepts tapped by Indian Army.
A plan for major attacks across India by Pak-based terrorist group Lashkar-e-Toiba has been intercepted by Indian intelligence agencies, sources said. The prime sites under target are Indian Parliament, Akshardham and Lotus Temple.
Newsnation has learnt from the reliable sources that LeT terrorists are roaming the launch pads at the Line of Control in Pak Ranger uniforms, looking for opportunity to move across the international border.
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Intelligence Bureau has tapped into the intercepts of Lashkar commander Abu Dojani, which has revealed that at least three groups of Pak terrorists are planning to make their way in India. One of them is led by a woman named Fatima, second one is being led by Osama Jahangir and third by Hammad.
26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s right hand Sajid Jat Nomi is believed to be supervising the movement across the border, whilst Abu Dojani is responsible for terrorists’ activities in India, intel sources said.
According to sources, the code name given to the operation by terrorists is ‘Karwayi’, which means a big strike. The intelligence has been communicated to defence forces and the Indian Army is on high alert on northern and western borders.
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