In many areas adjoining of Jammu city, there has been a stir due to the signal received by the Pakistani mobile tower on Thursday.
Security agencies issued an alert in areas with signal. Soon the police teams reached the respective areas. Jammu and Kashmir Police conducted searche operation in city’s Bharat Nagar area, reported Dainik Jagran. The report further claimed that raids were also conducted in Anantnag area of Kashmir.
Intelligence Agency informed the Jammu and Kashmir Police that signals were coming from Pakistan’s mobile phone tower in Banlab area of Jammu.
According to police, the signals of mobile phone towers of Pakistan are quite high in the high altitude of Banlab, Janipur, Bagh-e-Bahu and some other areas. The Kanachak sector along the Indo-Pak international border falls in the Domana region.
Banalab is a high altitude area, so the signals of Pakistani tower are coming there very fast. According to technical experts, the aerial distance is only 10 km from the border.
A senior police official said that Pakistan has installed several mobile phone towers near India to benefit its handlers living across the border. Security agencies have arrested several Pakistani handlers who use the Pakistan SIM card while staying in India.
Earlier reports said that thr government of Imran Khan has prepared a plan to increase the coverage of mobile network to Jammu and Kashmir. Any possible communication restrictions from the Government of India will be lost in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to a top security official in New Delhi, plans to repair the existing telecom towers and build new ones have been in the works for almost a year.
It was started with the intention of strengthening the existing network to help militants infiltrating Kashmir, but after the ban on communications in Kashmir after August 5 last year, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry has taken other advantages Worked on the plan. Pakistan wants Kashmiris to use Pakistani telecom services, which the Indian Army cannot block.
Several mobile towers are being set up along the Line of Control. So that the Pakistani phone tower in Kashmir matches. According to Indian intelligence sources, there are currently a total of 26 mobile towers along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan administrated Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltitan.