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'Pakistan-based groups planning spectacular attacks ahead of Obama's India visit

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'Pakistan-based groups planning spectacular attacks ahead of Obama's India visit


Pakistan-based terrorist groups are continuously trying to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir by taking advantage of cross-border firing as they aim to carry out “spectacular attacks” ahead of US President Barack Obama's Republic Day visit to India, according to security agencies.

Quoting intelligence reports, a Home Ministry official said the terrorists were waiting for opportunity in eight locations along the International Border and the Line of Control to sneak into India to indulge in terrorist acts.

"As per our information, the militants have the blessings of the highest authorities of Pakistan Army," an official said.
The largest group comprises about 40 terrorists who are waiting at the launching pads just across the Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir. There has been heavy exchange of firing between the BSF and Pakistan Rangers in this sector.

"The Pakistan-based groups are planning to carry out spectacular attacks ahead of Obama’s visit to India to attend the Republic Day parade," the official said.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday accused Pakistan of trying to push terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir and giving cover to such attempts by continuous firing along the border.

"No doubt about that," Singh told reporters in New Delhi when asked whether the repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops were to cover infiltration attempts by militants.

Pakistan Rangers on Thursday targeted 13 border outposts in Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir, a day after four of their men were killed in a sharp counter-attack following the death of a BSF jawan in cross-border firing.

'Pakistan-based groups planning spectacular attacks ahead of Obama's India visit'

Pak-based terrorists trying to strike ahead of Obama's visit
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