After Afghanistan, Pakistan planning more tactics in J&K

Pakistan’s ISI, after the rise of Taliban is planning for more aggressive tactics in Jammu & Kashmir. ISI has already been pushing its “protégé” terrorist outfits LeT, JeM and Al-Badr into the Union Territory since the past two months.

A source said that around 200 terrorists are active in J&K, with the help of foreign terrorists matching that of local ultras. “Eventually, they will indulge in terror attacks as and when ISI directs,” the source said.