New Delhi: Intelligence agencies have issued an alert on possible terror attacks, planned by Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants, on Indian Army and Paramilitary forces, as per media reports on Sunday.
Security agencies further revealed that LeT's Kashmir chief Abu Dujana along with 10 other terrorists are planning to launch the attack, allegedly backed by terror organisations based in Pakistan.
As per an intercepted telephonic conversation between Dujana and some top officials of LeT, instructions regarding the attack on Indian Forces were given from Pakistan.
At the same time, the terror organistaion has announced a reward of Rs one lakh for providing information about those militants who loot weapons from the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) or Army convoys while they move from one place to another.
Notably, out of 10 terrorists, who are planning to launch an attack on Indian Forces, only four of them posses weapons.
Recently, Abu Dujana and four other ultras managed to escape from an encounter, between the security officials and the militants, in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. They managed to escape the security ring as local residents allegedly diverted the attention of security forces by pelting stones at them.