New Delhi, Apr 4: The 2009-10 annual report of the Home Ministry has said the terror infrastructure in Pakistan continues to remain intact.
"There are reports to indicate that the infrastructure for training terrorist elements across the border continues to remain intact," the report said.
The report further said, "The available information reveals that the infiltration in Jammu Kashmir that consistently decreased since 2005 has reversed in 2009 and increased substantially when compared to 2008."
According to the report, there were 485 attempts of infiltration 2009 in comparison to 342 in 2008.
Giving an overview of the internal security scenario, the Home Ministry report said, the situation in the country remains largely under control.
The report also noted that violence has increased in terms of number of incidents and casualties of civilians and security personnel, as compared to the corresponding period of 2008.
"In the recent years, the concentration of Left Wing Extremist (LWE) violence has been mainly in the states of Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal and Maharashtra," the report added.