Election Shocker: Major terror attack likely in Kashmir; 26/11 mastermind to hit India again

New Delhi, Nov 4: Security has been beefed up in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the assembly polls which will be held in five phase starting fron Nov 25. While the valley is gearing up for the polls, intelligence bureau alerted security agencies saying that major terror attacks may be carried out in the state during polls.

It has been reported that terror group may target political leaders who have been scheduled to hold massive rallies in the valley. The terrorists may target election rallies by different parties. Prime Minister Narendra Modi too will address at least 8 election rallies including in Kashmir Valley, Ladakh and other areas, beginning from Nov 10.

Meanwhile, sources informed that Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been plotting the terror attack in Kashmir. Shaheed, the mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, has been supported by Pakistan and ISI, sources added.

Terrorists may target election rallies by different parties in Jammu and Kashmir

According to reports, sources informed intelligence agency that Saeed has shifted his base to a LeT training camp in Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Shifting base near India-Pakistan border will help Saeed to ensure that his elaborate strategy to terrorise India was implemented flawlessly.

Recently, it was reported that Saeed had asked the LeT militants to recruit homeless and jobless youths who lost everything in massive floods.

The agency inputs alerting the state security officials came just hours after Pentagon submitted a report to the US Congress saying Pakistan is using militant groups as proxies to counter the superior Indian military.

"Afghan-and Indian-focused militants continue to operate from Pakistan territory to the detriment of Afghan and regional stability. Pakistan uses these proxy forces to hedge against the loss of influence in Afghanistan and to counter India's superior military," the Pentagon told the Congress in its latest six-monthly report on the current situation in Afghanistan.

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