A 47 in a tube floating in the river, Pakistan's desperate attempt to destabilize Kashmir


Kashmir: Pakistan is unable to infiltrate militants across the border at the moment due to tight Indian surveillance. The number of Pak militants entering India dropped to 130 last year. This year it is still 30. However, it is becoming clear again and again that Pakistan's goal has not changed. At least 300 militants are currently looking for opportunities to enter India across the border. The Pak army is firing indiscriminately for their infiltration.

At the same time, Pakistan is trying to smuggle arms to strengthen India's separatists. On Saturday, in the Karen sector of Kupwara district in north Kashmir, army personnel noticed a group of people floating a tube with a rope. Seeing this tube floating in the Kishenganga river, the jawans became suspicious They recovered the tube and found four AK-47 rifles, six magazines and 240 rounds of ammunition in two bags.

The army recently killed two militants in Kulgam, Jammu and Kashmir. Although the identities of the two dead militants are not yet known. Jammu and Kashmir police said there was a gun battle between the army and militants in the Chingam area of ​​Kulgam.

Earlier, militants attacked a CRPF team in Pampore, Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. Two militants were killed and three others were injured in the attack. The militants attacked the army while CRPF 110 Battalion and Jammu and Kashmir Police were deployed on Jawan Road at Kandhijal Bridge in Pampore.