Pakistan Violates Ceasefire To Push In Infiltrators: J&K DGP



The Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh has said that Pakistan army has increased the number of ceasefire violations in order to facilitate the infiltration of terrorists into India. Speaking at the sidelines of a function, Singh said “there are increased number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan aimed at pushing (in) terrorists but our anti-infiltration grid is very strong and many infiltration attempts have been foiled in the recent times.” He said that Jammu and Kashmir Police has a very cordial relationship with the public across Jammu and Kashmir and more measures are being taken to strengthen it.

The DGP informed that, Police have conducted two very successful operations in which one terrorist of JeM, an associate of Pakistan terror commander Omer Bhai was arrested in Tral area of Pulwama District. He said in the second operation, Police arrested a terrorist who was working with Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Sajad Hyder in Sopore and his arrest has further led to the busting of four-member terror module in Sopore.