LeT may be planning attacks on Indian cities, Army units, security establishments: Reports
An intelligence alert has cautioned that Pakistani terror group, Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) may be planning attacks on Indian cities, Army units and security establishments.
Delhi: An intelligence alert has cautioned that Pakistani terror group, Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) may be planning attacks on Indian cities, Army units and security establishments.
As per the intelligence report, Pakistani terrorists and infiltrators from across the border, who were arrested recently revealed the sinister plans of Pakistan to target urban areas, including major metropolitan cities, vital installations and security forces.
Mohammad Naved Yakub, a Pakistani terrorist was recently caught during Udhampur attack.
According to a dossier prepared to be given to Pakistan during the cancelled NSA level talks, Naved, after completing four months' training at Daura-e-Lashkar camp in Muzaffarabad in PoK on May 20, 2015, left in a Hyundai open supply vehicle of LeT, along with Mohammed Bhai, Mouwaz, Abu Ali and one Ahmed, as per PTI.
Naved along with his accomplice Mohammed Noman alias Momin had carried out a terror strike on a BSF convoy in August in Udhampur killing two personnel of the border guarding force.
Momin was killed in retaliatory fire while Naved was foxed and nabbed by two villagers whom he wanted to kidnap.
Naved has been extensively questioned by the NIA and sleuths of intelligence agencies.
The Indian Army and J&K Police, in a joint operation, also captured another Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed in August after killing his four associates in a two-day operation in Kashmir.
22-year-old Sajjad Ahmed had infiltrated from the Uri side of the Line of Control (LoC), as per reports.
As per sources, Sajjad was trained in terror camps run by the LeT.
(With PTI inputs)