Narco-Terrorism: After the Taliban's rule in Afghanistan, Narco-Terrorism started in India, alert issued for the entry of five Afghan terrorists


Posted on 23rd Sep 2021 06:42 pm by rohit kumar

Narco-Terrorism in India: Narco-Terrorism started in India after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. While a cache of narcotics has been recovered from Gujarat Port, on the other hand, intelligence agencies have issued an alert for 5 Afghan terrorists to enter India. Their target is large military camps and government institutions. After infiltrating these terrorists into India, there was an encounter of Indian security forces with Pakistanis while returning. The Taliban government in Afghanistan is not even fully occupied that the effect of narco-terrorism is beginning to be seen in India.

 

 

Intelligence agencies have issued an alert for the first time since the establishment of Taliban rule and reported that 5 Afghan terrorists have entered India. According to intelligence reports, these terrorists were infiltrated into India by cutting the fence on the Agnoor Post border in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir. According to the report, these Afghan terrorists were brought under his supervision by a trained ISI commander of Pakistan on 18 September i.e. last week to infiltrate. According to the information given in the intelligence report, after infiltrating these terrorists into India, when their Pakistani guide started returning, the Indian security forces came to know about it and one Indian security force was injured in the firing from both sides. Pakistani fled to his border.

 

 

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A top intelligence agency official said that efforts are on to identify these five. Along with this, it has also been learned that the target of these people is large military camps and government institutions. According to the information received by the intelligence agencies, terrorists of all terrorist organizations present in Jammu and Kashmir have been asked to cooperate with these Afghan terrorists. In such a situation, the possibility cannot be ruled out that shortly there may be a big conspiracy. A top intelligence agency official said that the ISI has complete control over the leaders present in the Taliban government in Afghanistan.

 

 

 

On the other hand, ISI wants Afghan and Indian-origin terrorists to carry out its nefarious plot instead of Pakistani terrorists in India. So that there is no harm to his image at the international level. Only two months have passed since the Taliban took control in Afghanistan and during this time efforts are being made to completely encircle India. It should be noted that 4 Afghan nationals and one Uzbek national have also been arrested in the case of the drug that has been caught at Gujarat Port, whose wires are directly related to Afghanistan. On the report of intelligence agencies, the security forces have also geared up to give a befitting reply to such conspiracies, and search and raid operations have been started from place to place.

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