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Fresh batch of Jaish men being trained to release prisoners from Kashmir jails

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A fresh batch of terrorists are being trained at the Jaish-e-Mohammad's facility in Bhawalpur Pakistan. The entire exercise is being overseen by the Jaish chief, Maulana Masood Azhar, an Intelligence Bureau report states.

Fresh batch of Jaish men being trained to release prisoners from Kashmir jails

The Jaish wants to take full advantage of the unilateral ceasefire announced by India in Kashmir due to Ramzan. This can be seen from the fact that a number of attacks have been reported in Kashmir over the past couple of days.

The Jaish says that it was behind the attacks on the CRPF soldiers that took place last week. The report states that the Jaish cadres have been instructed to continue attacking security personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.

Recently, Azhar had assured his men that he would free all terrorists lodged in the jails of Kashmir. He called for a spate of attacks on security personnel too. The current batch that is training in Bhawalpur would focus on releasing prisoners from the jails in the Valley.

Azhar said that the Jaish members who are in jail should not consider themselves as orphans. We are there for them and soon we will send our men and release them from jail, he also said.

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