Ground Report | New Delhi: As Taliban enter Afghanistan; The Taliban’s occupation in Afghanistan and the withdrawal of American troops, the lines of concern have also increased in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the latest reports, 25 to 30 militants of 6 organizations have infiltrated into Kashmir.
60 youth missing
Intelligence agencies are also right in the investigation. At the same time, the disappearance of 60 youth has also become a matter of concern.
A senior official said, “Incidents of attacks on security forces or leaders have been reported almost every day during the last one month. Not only had this, after the ceasefire in February this year, but cross-border terrorist launch pad activity also stopped, which has increased again, NDTV Reported.
IG Vijay Kumar of Jammu and Kashmir Police said that the disappearance of the youth of the valley remains a headache. Around 60 youths have gone missing from their homes during the last few months. He said, ‘The youth who came out saying that they had to go out for some important work did not return. We are appealing to the youth who have strayed from the path to leave terror and return to the mainstream.
As Taliban enter Afghanistan
According to the Intelligence Agency, about 300 militants have recaptured the camps of the Line of Control. At the same time, since the Taliban’s capture of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, there is a line of congratulatory messages on social media. An officer running the anti-terror operation in the valley said that we are fully prepared with alertness.
“We have seen a sudden increase in activities on social media. Several unverified videos addressing youth in the Valley have gone viral in the area. We are monitoring such activities and requesting people to report such videos. Any plan to derail the peace will flatten the valley,” said the official.
Earlier in the morning the Top Army officials contacted the families of militants in south Kashmir and urged them to bring their children back to the mainstream.
“GOC 15 Corps and IG Kashmir held talks with families of terrorists from across South Kashmir in Shopian. Both the officers appealed to the families to bring their children back to the mainstream. We will provide all kinds of assistance,” officials privy to the development.