Pakistani terror groups continue to target Kashmir, according to data.
Pakistani terror groups continue to target Kashmir, according to data.

In the previous eight months, 24 Pakistani terrorists have been slain in various parts of Jammu & Kashmir, demonstrating that Pakistan’s backing for terrorism in the Union territory is unabated. According to the most recent reports, eight of them were slain in the Jammu zone and 16 in the Kashmir zone. The identities of the murdered terrorists have been revealed, and they are all Pakistani.

The majority of these terrorists are either from Lashkar or Jaish and were killed in encounters in Srinagar, Poonch, Pulwama, Rajouri, Anantnag, and Baramulla. Some of them have yet to be recognised.

These terrorists’ details basically demonstrate three things: One, despite Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s lofty assertions on international platforms, Pakistan continues to fund terrorism; second, infiltration continues all along the Line of Control in both Kashmir and Jammu; and third, the primary groups active are Lashkar and Jaish. These Pakistan-based organisations have disguised themselves as indigenous Kashmiri factions in order to continue their attacks on Kashmir.

A terrorist named Saifulla alias Abhu Khalid alias Shawaz was killed on December 19 in a joint operation involving J&K Police, 24 Rashtriya Rifles, and the CRPF. He lived in Karachi, Pakistan, and has been involved in the Valley since 2016. According to police documents, Saifulla had a history of terror attacks, including the murder of civilians in the Valley. He was operating in the general vicinity of Harwan after infiltrating in 2016, according to the Kashmir IGP. Such information about the terrorists slain between May and December reveals that they all have ties to Pakistani terror outfits.

In the recently finished winter session of Parliament, the Union home ministry notified the Rajya Sabha that the security situation in the Valley has greatly improved since August 2019. Terror events decreased from 417 in 2018 to 203 (through November 30) in 2021, and estimated net infiltration decreased from 143 in 2018 to 28 (through October 31) in 2021.

“The government has put in place a sophisticated security and intelligence grid, as well as proactive anti-terrorist activities. As a result, since August 2019, the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir has greatly improved “In response to a written question, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai stated. In Jammu and Kashmir, there were 417 terrorist incidents in 2018, 255 in 2019, 244 in 2020, and 203 as of November 30, 2021.

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