New Delhi: Pakistan's Intelligence Agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is reportedly planning to carry out series of terror attacks across India in coming days, the Intelligence Bureau issued a warning on Tuesday.
Intelligence Bureau detectives reportedly detected phone calls between militants and terrorist handler and issued an alert of possible terror attacks on the Indian soil. An IB source revealed that several Taliban militants have been spotted on Pakistani terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control. The terrorists were reportedly communicating in the Pashto language, the source added.
According to information available with IB sources, the terrorist handlers are planning to send Taliban terrorists with the help of ISI and Afghan terrorists, who have come up with fresh terror attack plans.
Combined training have been provided to these terrorists in Swat Valley and Tora Bora mountains, the IB source added further.
According to another input, the ISI have been facing manpower crunch and radicalised youths and therefore, have called for help from Taliban and Afghan terrorists.
Militant attacks, ceasefire violation and cross-border firing have been on the rise since India conducted a surgical strike in September. The strike was in retaliation to Uri attack that killed at least 19 Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.