New Delhi, Apr 19: Stratfor, a United States intelligence think-tank warned India of another deadly Mumbai-style attack from Pakistan-based terrorist in the near future. It added that the $5 billion aid given to Pakistan after the Tokyo donors meet would have little effect in changing Pak's behaviour vis-a-vis India.
"Yet the gradual unravelling of command and control within the Pakistani military establishment has enabled many more of Islamabad's Islamic militant proxies operating in Pakistan and India to team up with transnational jihadists to carry out deadlier and more strategically targeted attacks," it said.
"Though the timing is uncertain, India is likely to witness another large-scale...attack on its soil that will once again escalate cross-border tensions," Stratfor warned.
The think-tank criticised Congress-led UPA government's soft stand on terror and believed that if the BJP comes to power there was a greater expectation of a stronger response to Pakistan.