Jammu and Kashmir: Army to use technical intelligence to impede infiltration, nab Ummer Fayaz’s killers

Jammu and Kashmir: Army to use technical intelligence to impede infiltration, nab Ummer Fayaz's killers

The government will also increase the technical police cell of Jammu and Kashmir, who have the ability and permission to track suspicious mobile phones in the Kashmir valley, where terrorists have become very active since last year. With the army awaiting an increase in attempted infiltration and attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, security forces are being assisted by national organizations such as the National Organization for Technical Research (NTRO) to monitor terrorist activities in the area. border.
The government will also boost the Jammu and Kashmir police technical units, which have the ability and permission to track suspicious mobile phones in the Kashmir valley, where terrorists have become very active since last year, according to Sources of the army.
The NTRO has been very active in monitoring terrorist communications across the border and the effort has been enhanced following intelligence entries that a number of small groups of terrorists were seated along the control line (LOC) In many places, Ont sources said.
REVIVER TECHNICAL CELLS
The sources said that the presence of terrorists in some places along the Line of Control was also taken by the NTRO and the technical capabilities of information gathering have been strengthened by the agency. The Jammu and Kashmir police teams also relaunched their terrorist cells technically seen from significantly before the valley witnessed an increase in protests after the elimination of terrorist Burhan Wani and mobile networks and communications were banned for a long time , According to the same sources.
With a long interruption in the use of mobile phones and a number of terrorists and their supporters have changed their numbers and a loss of value of the follow-up terrorists has been lost. “Now, with mobile networks, local police teams started working and sharing their data with the military and providing useful information on several occasions,” a source said. Military sources said that the strength of technical intelligence used to find the assassins of Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz who was recently killed by terrorists.
FOCUS on Southern Kashmir
The sources said that the security forces had received specific contributions of both human and technical information from these terrorists, but it appears that they have managed to escape from that particular area. Meanwhile, Union Defense Minister Arun Jaitley and army commander Bipin Singh Rawat reviewed the security situation in Srinagar with local commanders and other stakeholders Wednesday night.
Sources said the meeting focused specifically on the resumption of normalcy in southern Kashmir as the region has increased the number of terrorists from local and foreign sources during the past year. With an increasing number of terrorists, local commanders are in favor of increasing the number of troops to handle the situation, according to sources.
The region can also see a realignment of troops from relatively quiet areas in the southern region of Kashmir, while the force is carrying out search operations and clearings to prevent the movement of terrorists opened in the villages and the interior of the Country, they said.

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