"Hundreds of university students, including foreigners are undergoing training in PoK under supervision of a militant group against India," told a student from Lahore, who identified himself as a Kashmiri to BBC.
"Many militant outfits have become more active and also increased their activities near PoK capital Muzzaffarabad," he said, who returned to his home after completing his training camp.
"In the training camps around 20 percent are from Kashmir, 10 percent from other countries and majority from Pakistan's Punjab province," he claimed.
He also said that after finishing his engineering course he received two month training and other students from his university have joined the training in PoK.
"When my son asked permission to propagating Islam I gave him, but I was not aware that he associated himself with the jihadi group," his mother said.
"He told me that he wants to join jihad. I was disappointed and told him you cannot go to Kashmir to fight till I'm alive," she said.