Jammu-Kashmir Terrorists Out Of Weapons; Pakistan To Send Drones
Active militancy at its lowest phase due to abrogation and all terror groups are leaderless due to relentless anti-terror operations by security forces.
Jammu-Kashmir Director-General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said that active terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir have come down to 200 as compared to 350 or 400 earlier. The top police cop said that most of the terror groups in the valley are facing a severe crunch of weapons and Pakistan has adopted a new technique of supplying arms and ammunition to them using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). DGP added that several such incidents have been reported in the recent past. He stated, “All the terror organisations are leaderless now and those militants who were recruited by Pakistan-based handlers have been caught or killed.”
It’s been one year since the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, and active militancy is at its lowest phase in the erstwhile state in decades and all terror groups are leaderless due to the continuous anti-terror operations by the security forces as well as the administration. DGP called 2019 a ‘landmark’ year compared to 2013 and said that security is ‘much better now than ever before.’ This year, a total of 150 terrorists have been killed till date.
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