Pakistan’s barbaric Border Action Team (BAT) is planning a major attack against the Indian Army jawans in Bhimber Galli sector. According to inputs, apart from BAT, LeT and Lashkar-e-Toiba are also planning to carry out the Sniper attacks on the jawans.
BAT, a group of Special Forces from Special Service Group (SSG), is formed of highly trained operatives and terrorists who are specifically deployed to carry out cross-border action against India.
BAT members receive rigorous training and are trained by the Army and the Air Force. The Commandos from Special Service Group (SSG) are actively recruited in BAT apart from terrorists.
The outfit made headlines when it violated the ceasefire agreement by carrying out rocket and mortar attack on LoC. An Indian joint patrol team was also attacked and bodies of two soldiers were mutilated in the Krishna Ghati sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
The report further suggests that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence and few terror outfits are actively recruiting young women to provide logistical support to the terrorists in the valley. The terrorists are keen to hire women for doing the job as Indian Army is not suspicious of them and they are not frisked like men. The women act as couriers, provide information and are tasked to do everything required by their handlers.
Recently, three young women in Meelyal village Kupawara have joined terrorist ranks.
Pakistan-based terror groups are also using young women to lure young men in the valley for delivery of arms or to guide the infiltrating terrorists. Recently, a woman in her 30s, Syed Shazia was nabbed from Bandipore. The accused maintained multiple accounts on social networking sites such as Facebook and Instagram which was followed by young men in the Valley.
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