G20 summit: ISI conspired as 26/11 attack in Kashmir, agencies warn after revelations – Revealed: ISI conspired as 26/11 attack in Kashmir

Revealed: ISI conspired like 26/11 attack in Kashmir

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Just before the G-20 meeting in Jammu and Kashmir, the conspiracy of a terrorist attack like 26/11 has been exposed. The five-star hotel that would house G-20 guests in Gulmarg had been conspired by the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI to attack it. Following this revelation, security arrangements for the meeting were tightened and guest programs changed. Now guests don’t go to Gulmarg.

Sources said this revelation was made by Farooq Ahmed Wani, an above-ground associate of the terror group who was arrested in the last week of April. Wani, a resident of Baramulla, was a driver at the said hotel and was in direct contact with ISI. A three-day meeting of the G-20 Tourism Working Group will begin at SKICC in Srinagar from Monday. The attending guests were supposed to be taken to the famous Gulmarg Ski Resort and Dachigama Wildlife Sanctuary, but the tour has now been cancelled.

24 hour security

NSG commandos and personnel from other security services are on constant watch in the areas. Every activity is monitored by CCTV cameras and drones. Marcos commandos patrol around Dal Lake.

Jaish terrorist arrested in Kupwara

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Mohd from Kupwara on Sunday. Ubaid Malik arrested. He gave information about the movements of the army and other security forces to the bosses in Pakistan. Many such suspicious documents have been recovered from him, proving his involvement in the terrorist conspiracy.

30 CRPF companies deployed

Along with other security forces, 30 companies of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have been deployed to the Kashmir Valley. Previously, these CRPF companies were sent to other parts of the country for election service. A team of Black Cat commandos is ready to deal with any kind of terrorist attack or hostage taking.

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