After Kashmir, a network of overground workers becomes a challenge in Jammu: Militancy in Jammu Kashmir.
After Kashmir, the network of overground workers in Jammu has become a challenge for the security forces.
The role of the overground workers was crucial to the infiltration of the four terrorists killed at the Nagrota Ban toll plaza.
This claim was made by Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh in a conversation with the media after the tunnel was found in the Samba sector on Sunday.
Overground workers are providing all kinds of support to the terrorists besides arranging trucks, hiding weapons amidst foolproof security.
These OGWs are the backbone of terrorism for Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI. Security agencies have gathered from agencies to demolish their networks.
The villages adjacent to the border are being monitored. OGWs are playing a very active role around Jammu’s international border and in Kashmir.
Of course, Jaish at the toll plaza is busy patting his back on killing the terrorists and locating the tunnel, but till now the truck driver who took the terrorists to the toll plaza is not known.
Security agencies are investigating: where did the truck come from? Who changed its number plate? Who sent this truck, who sent it? These questions remain an enigma.
Who has a plan to hide the terrorists and their weapons in the concrete bunker already built for the terrorists in the truck? Security agencies are still under investigation.
In the winter, infiltration on the Line of Control of the terrorists stops due to snowfall in the high altitude areas of Kashmir.
Therefore, from November to March, Pakistan’s intelligence agency activates the OGW network in Jammu for the infiltration of terrorists. OGWs become active under the guise of the court move. Which happens in any dress.