Srinagar : Negotiations are being tried to reduce tension in Ladakh, but in the midst of all this, according to media reports, China is plotting a new conspiracy with Pakistan.
According to intelligence reports, Pakistan’s ISI has procured a large number of hexacopters from a Chinese firm linked to CPEC on the pretext of protecting the assets of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). According to government data, the security forces have made several recoveries of EMEI Type 97 NSR rifle made by Chinese company Norinco from the valley. These weapons are used by the Chinese Army. Recently these were also given to Pakistan’s Frontier Force.
Due to snowfall in winter, infiltration attempts are not completed. After instructions from China to spread unrest, the process of getting arms and drones in the valley has increased for a long time, although Pakistan is failing to execute infiltration attempts.
In the reports, quoting government sources, it has been said that intelligence has been received that China is trying to infiltrate into India with the help of Pakistan through Jammu and Kashmir. Inputs have been received that Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has received instructions from China to make arms entry into Jammu and Kashmir in India before winter and carry out any major terrorist incident.
Chinese marks have been seen on most of these weapons. Due to the promptness of the security forces in the valley, the terrorists are constantly being eliminated. Due to suspicious activities, there have been frequent visits of security forces officials in the valley in recent times.
Sources say that due to the anti-infiltration grid by the Indian security forces, Pakistan is not able to infiltrate terrorists nor weapons to increase the level of violence in the valley. However, an ultimatum has been given from the ISI to send more and more weapons into the valley.
Campaign against terror intensified in the valley
Due to such reports, the security forces have not only intensified the campaign against terror in the valley as well as strengthened the anti-infiltration grid on the LAC. To review the situation, from Army Chief MM Narwane to Border Security Force (BSF) Chief Rakesh Asthana and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Chief AP Maheshwari, all have visited Jammu and Kashmir in the last 10 days.