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After Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, six terror groups infiltrated J&K: Reports Afghan crisis | J&K terrorist infiltration
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After Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, six terror groups infiltrated J&K: Reports

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Aug 2021, 09:03 pm

Srinagar/IBNS: At least six groups of terrorists have infiltrated the Kashmir valley after the US troops' withdrawal from Afghanistan, media reports said.

According to the intelligence agency these terrorist groups have some high value targets on their agenda.

Inputs indicate that at least 25-30 terrorists are attempting to keep various security forces engaged for the last one month.

"This number is apart from those terrorists who were already in Jammu and Kashmir," NDTV reported quoting sources.

Evidence also shows that activities in Jammu and Kashmir have also gone up in the last month.

"Every day for the last one month, either an IED attack on security forces or attacks on political leaders have been reported," a senior official told NDTV.

According to him, terrorist activity has also increased on launch pads, which were abandoned after a ceasefire was announced in February this year.

Various intelligence agencies predict that as many as 300 terrorists have again occupied the camps across the Line of Control (LoC).

Meanwhile raising the concern about security, around 60 young men have gone missing from their homes in the last couple of months.

On August 15, the Taliban entered Kabul, prompting the US-supported civilian government to collapse.

Ashraf Ghani resigned as president and fled the country to prevent what he described as imminent bloodshed if militants had to storm the city.