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Pakistan Pushing Covid-19 Infected Militants Into Kashmir Valley: Media Reports

One of India’s leading English News Channel has claimed that Pakistan agencies could be pushing coronavirus infected terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir and create more chaos in the already volatile region.

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According to Republic TV, headed by veteran journalist Arnab Goswami – Pakistan seems to be reluctant to shed its dirty tricks against India despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

Republic TV has learnt that the Pakistan Army is working on a nefarious scheme in association with the terror groups as they are trying to push coronavirus infected terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir — with two key motives.

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First, Pakistan gets rid of patients infected with Coivid-19 and secondary the infected patients would merge with locals in Kashmir and to create more mayhem in the region. According to reports, the Pakistan Army has been successful in sending one group of infected terrorists into the Valley.

As per intelligence by Indian security agencies, a group of Laskar-e-Toiba militants in the Kashmir Valley, that had recently managed to infiltrate, has developed symptoms of coronavirus. 

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“Their communication with their bosses across the border suggests that they have started developing symptoms of the deadly virus and they have also, in fact, infected some local terrorists with coronavirus as well”, a highly placed source said.

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The report, citing some un-named sources sad that – the Indian Army lost contact with a group of five to six infiltrators along the line of control in Kupwara district as Pakistan Army was hell-bent on pushing the militants into the Indian side.

Recently Riyaz Naikoo, the commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen, released an audio where he sounded apprehensive about the Covid-19 pandemic as the disease had infiltrated into the terror ranks, concludes the report.

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