- the infiltration routes have cleared of snow, notably in the PoK's Neelam Valley, security personnel face a twofold struggle.
- The Indian Army prepares the anti-infiltration grid. In addition to physical surveillance, the most up-to-date equipment is employed to maintain track of the LoC.
In Po, terrorist launch sites have been operational. With the change of guard in Pakistan, intelligence sources claim that five to six terrorist launch pads have sprung up near the Line of Control in PoK. Terrorists are waiting for an opportunity to infiltrate into Kashmir Valley as the snow melts on these higher peaks.
As the infiltration routes have cleared of snow, notably in the PoK’s Neelam Valley, security personnel face a twofold struggle. According to sources, there are three launch sites in the Neelam area, each with 100-150 terrorists. K near the Control Line
The entire Line of Control has been placed on high alert, and border forces have boosted their patrols. The border’s vigilance has been heightened in the hills as well as the woodland area. According to the Indian army, vigilance is intensified every year at this time.
“After the snow melts, the challenges become more difficult. Because when the snow melts, infiltration attempts intensify, but we will reply appropriately to their malicious schemes. We improve our preparedness. We’ve increased the number of people patrolling the fences, as well as the number of people patrolling at night. Whenever someone tries to infiltrate, we make sure to stop them “According to Havildar Amit Kumar, an Army jawan stationed in Keran Sector near the Line of Control,
According to security personnel, the Lashkar and Jaish terror groups have been urged to step up their attacks and carry them out. One of the reasons is the security forces’ increased anti-terrorist operations in the Kashmir valley. These operations, according to security personnel, have undermined their roots, which is why Pakistan will send more terrorists into the Valley. The Indian Army, on the other hand, has totally blocked the borders, making infiltration impossible.
The Indian Army prepares the anti-infiltration grid. In addition to physical surveillance, the most up-to-date equipment is employed to maintain track of the LoC. Thermal imagers, P2G cameras, night vision devices, and other gadgets fall under this category.
“We’re keeping a close eye on the LoC with the latest technology and equipment.” The vigil is kept 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We continue to patrol the border to ensure that no intruders are able to cross the Line of Control. We want to tell everyone in the country not to worry about the borders; as long as we’re guarding them, people can sleep soundly.” remarked Indian Army Havildar Umesh.
According to the most recent data, the number of active terrorists in Kashmir valley was the lowest in the last 30 years. The number was less than 200. Terrorists were murdered by security personnel 184 times in 2021. In addition, the military have killed 59 terrorists in 40 engagements since January of this year. Around 30 terrorists have been caught, with 169 OGWs also apprehended.