New Delhi, Feb 20: If reports are to be believed then terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) based in Pakistan has started inducting retired defence personnel in its camp to conduct attack military assets in India.
This has been emerged in latest intelligence inputs.
According to Zee News, JeM, led by Maulana Masood Azhar, the alleged mastermind of deadly Pathankot attack, has come up with a plan to recruit retired Pakistani army officials to targets defence installations in India.
This alert has come when an FIR against JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar has been recommended by a Pakistani panel in connection with Pathankot attack.
Authorities in Pakistan lodged an FIR against unknown persons into the Pathankot terror attack case.
Despite recommendation, Pakistani police did not mention the names of JeM, its chief in the FIR. The Indain air base in Pathankot was attacked on 2 January 2016.