The senior military officer, according to news agency ANI stated, the Army has undertaken”measures for capacity building and capability growth” because of the increased threat in this area. The Army has obtained intelligence inputs about a potential terrorist attack in southern or southern India, a top military officer said on Monday against the backdrop of simmering tension with Pakistan.
General Saini also told reporters in Pune that some abandoned ships were recovered in the region of Sir Creek off the Gujarat coast.
The Army has undertaken”steps for capacity building and capacity development” because of the increased threat in this area.
General Saini’s warning came on a day when Indian security establishment officials stated that terror outfit Jaish e Mohammad’s creator Maulana Masood Azhar was advised by his Pakistani handlers to renew efforts to create unrest in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of high-profile meetings of the UN human rights body this week, and the UN General Assembly at the end of the month.
The Indian military was on a state of alert along the Indo-Pak border and the Line of Control (LoC) because a suicide bombing on February 14 murdered CRPF troopers in Kashmir’s Pulwama and pushed relations between the two neighbours to the border.
The military has increased patrolling across the LoC that has witnessed several instances of ceasefire breach by Pakistan recently.