Narco-Terrorism In Kashmir: Pakistan’s New Strategy – Analysis

Pakistan is once again recalibrating its hybrid war tactics in India’s northern-most State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). For nearly two decades, its proxy war in Kashmir was driven primarily by infiltration of trained terrorists into the Valley.

With the onset of mobile-based internet apps and social media tools, it successfully scripted a new chapter on terrorist violence. Using e-Jihad to brainwash and convert the vulnerable youth, Pakistan has accelerated the dark spectre of radicalised homegrown insurgency.

In a latest move, Pakistan has started to fund terror organisations by pushing narcotics and drug money into J&K and Punjab. Read More

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