Pakistan used satellite phones to communicate in Valley after Article 370 abrogation: Report

Highlights

  • The report said that during that period, several propaganda and fiery speeches were made between Pakistani terrorists and their Indian counterpartsWhile schools, colleges and offices remained shut for over a month after Section 144 was imposed in the Valley, the Indian Army and Central Reserve Police Force cracked down on several infiltration bids to thwart all cross-border terrorist activities

The abrogation of Article 370 by the Indian government in the state of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5 has left Pakistan red-faced. The Islamic nation, single-handedly responsible for almost all proxy wars on Indian soil, has raised the matter at all possible international forums but to no avail.

Following the abrogation, the Indian government had snapped all communication lines in the Valley to prevent any law and order situation. The central government had also put separatist leaders on house arrest to avert any untoward incident.

However, in a massive development, an intelligence report accessed by Times Now has revealed that Pakistan-based terrorist organisations have been using satellite phones to communicate through their channels in Kashmir.

The intel report claims that there had been a massive spike in the usage of satellite phones between August 5-September 5, wherein several FM (frequency modulation) stations were active along the Line of Control.

The report said that during that period, several propaganda and fiery speeches were made between Pakistani terrorists and their Indian counterparts.

While schools, colleges and offices remained shut for over a month after Section 144 was imposed in the Valley, the Indian Army and Central Reserve Police Force cracked down on several infiltration bids to thwart all cross-border terrorist activities.

By: Times Now News

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