Pakistan’s offensive against human intelligence led to suicide bombing in Kashmir


The single biggest reason that kept Jaish-e-Mohammad suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar off the radar of the counter-insurgency agencies was the dismantling of human intelligence after Pakistan’s aggressive assault on native informers in the last five years.

According to official documents exclusively accessed by TOI, Adil Ahmad Dar was categorised as a C-grade militant. In other words, Dar was considered by intelligence agencies as the least dangerous in the hierarchy of terrorists.

The database, updated in December 2018, also reveals that there was no information about the existence and presence of Kamran and Farhad Read More

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