New Delhi, Mar 26: Deepak Kapoor, the Indian Army chief said that the terror outfits in Pakistan, specially in PoK (Pakistan occupied Kashmir) is still active and internal support to the organisations cannot be ruled out.
Gen Kapoor said that despite Pakistan's claim that it has dismantled Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) a terrorist organisation, it is very much active. "I can definitely say that Lashkar is very much still active and as to the amount of difference those arrests have made, it's for you to judge," he said. He added that about 40 to 50 terror camps were operational across the Line of Control (LoC) and terrorists are waiting for an opportunity to infiltrate.
Army chief said that a huge group of foreign militants are still operating in Jammu Kashmir.