New Delhi: Frustrated over peaceful conduction of Jammu and Kashmir elections by Indian government last year, the premier intelligence service of Pakistan, ISI, is disappointed with the notorious militant group Lashkar-e-Toiba, reports stated on Saturday.
According to reports, the ISI had asked LeT to disrupt the elections in J&K which recorded huge voter turnout after 25 years. However, due to effective vigilance of Indian security forces, LeT failed to carry out any attack in the state.
The reports also claim that the Let militants are preparing to infiltrate into India in large numbers. Over 150 militants have been asked to infiltrate and target government buildings and politicians.
Meanwhile, Pakistan on Friday continued to violate ceasefire and targeted BSF posts in Samba and Kathua districts of Jammu and Kashmir. On the other hand, the Indian troops retaliated with equal calibre, killing two Pakistan Rangers.
The Pakistan Rangers began firing at four BSF border posts in Ramgarh sector around 9.30 pm yesterday.
Furthermore, a suspicious fishing boat carrying explosives from Pakistan was intercepted by Indian Coast Guard in the Arabian Sea near Indo-Pak maritime boundary on the night of December 31 and January 1, 2015 but it sank after the crew on board set it on fire.