Rattled by India’s strong stand, ISI creating new separatist group with LeT members in J&K

A zero-tolerance policy against terrorism of the Narendra Modi-led government as well as strong on-ground action against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir has left Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) quivering.

Faced with massive challenges in how to execute its anti-India agenda, it has been learnt that ISI is attempting to create a new separatist group in J&K with Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists as its members.

Zee News has learnt from highly-placed sources that ISI is helping certain separatist groups in J&K in creating a new group which would also have LeT operatives as its members. This group may be headed by Irshad Ahmed Malik, believed to be a former terrorist belonging to LeT.

This development closely follows a strong message from the Narendra Modi government – and especially Home Minister Amit Shah  Read More

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