Lashkar or Jaish may be behind terrorist attack on Jammu Air Force Station, alert issued

J&K, 27/6 (AO Bureau):An alert has been issued in the early hours of Sunday at the Air Force station in Jammu’s Satwari area. The station headquarters of the Indian Air Force as well as the main airport of Jammu also come under this complex. After this blast, there is an atmosphere of panic in the surrounding areas. Security agencies say that Pakistan-based terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba or Jaish-e-Mohammed may be behind the double blast by a drone at an Indian Air Force (IAF) base.

At the same time, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh has termed the blasts at the Jammu airport in the jurisdiction of the Indian Air Force as a terrorist attack. He said police, air force and other agencies were investigating the attack. Two suspects have been taken into custody in this case and they are being interrogated. After this drone attack, Pathankot, Ambala, Avantipur and some other airbats have been put on high alert. NSG and other agencies are also investigating from terrorist angle.

In fact, earlier, Jaish-e-Mohammed in association with Hizbul Mujahideen had regularly procured ammunition from drones through their handlers from across the border in Pakistan, especially in the Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir. After which the Indian Army also arrested Over Ground Workers (OGWs) from the area on the basis of intelligence inputs. Intelligence agencies believe that there may be a motive behind this attack to carry out some big conspiracy.

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