ISI is trying to revive the Khalistan movement and is supporting various Sikh terrorists hiding in Canada, US and UK.
What is TMG terror monitoring group? The newly formed Terror Monitoring Group (TMG) will go beyond the Valley to jointly act with the local police in the neighboring state of Punjab with an aim to curb terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. Sources in the security forces said that as per the recent investigations by the central investigative agencies and the state police, arms and funds for the terror network in Jammu and Kashmir are being sent through the Punjab border. He said the TMG, in coordination with the Punjab Police, aims to nab the overground workers before they enter Kashmir.Also Read – Terrorists open fire on security forces in Srinagar, siege operation continues
The sources, citing intelligence inputs, said that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is trying to revive the Khalistan movement and is supporting various Sikh terrorists hiding in Canada, the US and the UK to revive the terror network. has been. Also Read – Police Failed Terrorist Attack In Punjab, Tiffin Bomb Recovered, Two Arrested
Sources said the TMG will take steps in collaboration with Punjab Police to check the inflow of arms and money while the security forces of both the states neutralize the terrorists in their respective areas. A source in the security grid said there are several instances of drones, arms and drugs being supplied in Punjab and Jammu regions, but the possibility of some of them escaping the surveillance system cannot be ruled out. Also Read – Happy Diwali: Somewhere, Narakasur was burnt by smoke, and somewhere there was a captive Chhore Diwas and Diwali celebrations.
TMG has been very effective in neutralizing terrorists in the Valley in coordination with other central agencies. Therefore, its scope has been extended beyond the Union Territory. It has successfully led decisive operations against terrorists within a few kilometers of the Indian border based on accurate information.
The group, consisting of officials of central intelligence agencies, CRPF and state police, was formed following the killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir last month. During his recent visit to the Union Territory, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had directed the security forces to take all possible action to wipe out terrorism from the Valley.