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After infiltration from PoK, this route was a means of transporting the terrorists to the Kashmir Valley. An encounter took place here in the year 2004. Since then, the terrorist movement has never been caught in the range in Pir Panjal, but since the removal of Article 370, there have been frequent shelling incidents on the LoC. Terrorist infiltration and heroin and arms smuggling are being tried under this guise. The killed Lashkar militants had infiltrated a few days ago. During this time there was heavy fire on the LoC.
It is believed to have been infiltrated under the cover of shelling, but the presence of terrorists was detected by the strengthening of the security grid in the border areas. At the same time, an alert has been issued for suspicious activities including infiltration in Poonch and surrounding areas. Sensitive areas are being investigated on every suspicious act.
How terrorists reached Poshana, investigation intensified
The security agencies have now started investigating how the terrorists reached from Dograyan to Poshana after infiltrating the LoC. ISI is believed to be preparing a local sleeper cell in the areas around which Pakistan is under heavy fire. The areas where shelling has been done earlier have been selected for shelling. These old routes of infiltration include Balakot, Mankot, Karmada, Krishnaghati, Kirani, Kasba and Shahpur. Ammunition has also been recovered in these areas.
Intrusion input found during investigation in search of missing
The input of three Lashkar terrorists to Poshna came from an investigation into a missing case. Sources said Dogareya, a local Talib Hussain (46) resident went missing on December 9. Police received information that Talib went to get gravel from the river bank and did not return. When teams set up to find Talib, there were also inputs of being suspicious in the area. As the investigation progressed, the presence of the terrorists became known. However, the police have not yet considered Talib’s disappearance related to the terrorist incident.