New Delhi: Amid tensions over ceasefire violations across the border, a report on Wednesday has claimed that Pakistan's intelligence service, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), is trying to revive terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad.
Notably, Jaish-e-Mohammad is responsible for an attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001.
According to an input provided by the primary foreign intelligence agency of India, Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), the ISI seeks to use Jaish-e-Mohammad to wage terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and other part of India.
Earlier, JeM had faced the wrath of the Pakistani agencies following its involvement in terror attacks in Pakistan.
Pakistan had banned JeM in 2002. However, the terror outfit continues to operate several facilities in the country.