Pak Army played a key role in planning attacks in JK, claims Indian Army

Udhampur: The Indian Army on Wednesday claimed that Pakistan Army played a key role in planning attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.

Lt Gen Devraj Anbu while speaking at the Udhampur Army Headquarter also claimed that around 200 militants are waiting across the Line of Control and are ready to infiltrate into Indian territory.

“(A total of) 185-220 militants in the south and 190-225 militants in the north of Peer Panjal are ready for infiltration, “he said.

He also blamed the Pakistan Army for their direct involvement in planning attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.

Anbu, when asked about the Indian response to the attack on the Sunjawan Army Station in Jammu, said that he dosen’t feel the need to do a ‘tit for tat’.

“Operating along the LoC is quite complex and challenging. I do not feel that we really need to do tit for tat. We plan our strategy and we will continue with this.”

Earlier the Northern Army Commander had said that social media is responsible for increase in terror and youth joining militant ranks in the valley is a concern which needs to be addressed.

He had also lashed out at Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi who had questioned the silence over the killing of ‘Muslim Army men in the Jammu attack.

“Don’t communalise martyrs,” the General said while responding to Owaisi’s allegations.

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