The intelligence bureau alert issued has warned that some separatists will intensify their movement in Kashmir in a bid to protest against the building of the composite town for displaced Kashmiri Pandits.
The alert warns that Pakistan sponsored militant groups are in talks with a section of the separatists in Kashmir and have told to disrupt peace and in addition to this also derail any possible talks the government seeks to have.
Security forces told to be on alert along the border:
The next couple of days will be very crucial for security forces in Kashmir. There is an uneasy calm in Kashmir as separatists plan on intensifying their agitation.
While the setting up of the composite town is the main agenda for the protests, IB officials suspect that the main intention is to derail talks.
According to the alert based on intercepts that have been picked up, a several separatists were contacted by Pakistan sponsored terror groups.
During the conversation the callers from Pakistan are heard vigorously urging the separatists to intensify the agitation.
At no cost should the composite town come up for Kashmiri Pandits, the callers are heard saying.
A diversion from the real issue:
If one looks at the situation in Kashmir today, it can be said that the Pakistani militants have failed to infiltrate into the state.
By carrying out non-stop agitations on the streets, it could lead to distracting the security forces along the border which in turn could facilitate infiltration, Intelligence Bureau officials say.
Further there is also growing uneasiness among Pakistani militants as the Jammu and Kashmir government wants to initiate talks with the separatists and the Hurriyat Conference members in particular.
Barring the likes of Masarat Alam, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Yasin Mallik many others have agreed to come on board and sit across the talks table in a bid to find a solution to the problem.
This is something that does not augur well with Pakistan which sees a solution to the problem cropping up. For Pakistan more than solving the problem, it augurs well for the issue to be on the boil.
The same could be said of the separatists as well and most of them do not want a solution for the fear of their Pakistani signed pay cheques drying up.