From Bhupen Goswami
GUWAHATI : Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc all over the country. At present, all government security agencies are working to help those infected with the corona epidemic. All security agencies including the Indian Air Force are helping the Government. Taking advantage of this serious situation, Pakistan is trying to trouble the country by joining hands with north-eastern terrorist organizations in India. According to india’s intelligence agency report, Pakistan’s army is constantly helping terrorist organizations in an attempt to “imbalance” India.
The report also said, “Pakistan’s use of terrorist groups as its own security and foreign policy is part of its conspiracy towards India, which it sees as a threat to its existence. From the outside, it seems that Pakistan’s madness with regard to India is baseless. The intelligence report was followed by an alert to the Indian Army and CRPF along with other north east police forces. Based on special intelligence inputs, several weapons, ammunition and other warplanes were recovered during an army operation at Kaong in Manipur at around 3.45 am this morning. Official sources said security forces seized a large number of arms, ammunition and other warplanes along the Indo-Myanmar border in Kaong, Manipur on Sunday.
An Army official said, based on a special intelligence inputs, several weapons, ammunition and other warplanes were recovered in the operation carried out by the army. The seizure includes 2 Lethode launchers with 3 rounds with a Chinese carbine, 5 rifles, four 9-mm pistols, 10 rocket-propelled grenades. Earlier, on April 24, security forces from Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir also achieved great success when they arrested a terrorist associated with al-Badr. Security forces also recovered arms and ammunition from his possession. A police spokesman had said that a search operation was launched by the security forces at Nagbal village in Charar-e-Sharif area of central Kashmir on a strong information about the presence of the terrorist.
He said that during the search in the area, the terrorist who had recently joined al-Badr was arrested. The spokesman said the terrorist has been identified as Gulzar Ahmed Bhat who hails from Bathpora Arwani in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district. Preliminary investigations revealed that the arrested terrorist was in close touch with al-Badr’s bosses sitting in Pakistan across the border and was an active terrorist of the organisation in south Kashmir. On the other hand, assam rifles have achieved great success on the mizoram border. The border was raided by the Sership Battalion of Assam Rifles. Where they have found a Myanmar bike with a huge quantity of live cartridges.
According to reports, security agencies were aware of preparations for war with Myanmar along the Mizoram border. The troops of the Sership battalion conducted a raid after receiving information from sources. Live cartridges were seized in two bales in the raid. A total of 1000 cartridges of 70 mm gun were filled in both the cartons. In addition, a Myanmar bike has been seized from the spot. The bike had no valid papers. The seized goods have been handed over to Jokhawther police of Champai district here. Police are investigating the case.