Pakistan has started moving troops along the Gilgit-Baltistan area and the Chinese army is holding talks with terror organisation Al Badr to incite violence in Jammu and Kashmir, said sources. The movement comes amid high tension between India and Chinese militaries along the Line of Control. Pakistan has moved almost 20,000 additional military forces to LoC to match Chinese deployments on the LAC in the east, said the sources.
As per sources, Pakistan is looking towards an opportunity to open a two-front attack on India. The simultaneous build up has triggered a possibility of a two-front war and fighting terrorists in Kashmir.
In recent weeks, Chinese and Pakistani officials held a series of meetings which came amid the deployment of thousands of Chinese soldiers along LAC in eastern Ladakh.
The Indian Army needs to closely observe the situation after recent development in Gilgit-Baltistan which is a part of the Union Territory of Ladakh, but occupied by Pakistan. The territory also adjoins Kargil-Drass where India fought a war to evacuate Pakistani intruders in 1999.
“The assessment is that China may provide support to revive the organisation. This is among the signs we have received that indicate Pakistan and China are collaborating on the ground,” sources said. J&K Police DG Dilbag Sing, earlier this month claimed that there is a possibility that Al Badr was being revived for operations.
All the situations are increasing concerns as tensions continue on LAC, with talks failing to make any headway and PLA increasing concentration across Ladakh.
Over 120 terrorists in Kashmir were killed by the security forces while most of them are locals and a few of them are foreign terrorists. Pakistan may try to do internal sabotage in India by attacking the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, warned sources.
On Tuesday, Indian and Chinese troops held a high-level meeting for over 10 hours focusing on finalising modalities for the disengagement of troops from various standoff points in eastern Ladakh. The Indian delegation demanded immediate withdrawal of Chinese troops from Galwan Valley, Pangong Tso and a number of other areas