New Delhi: Pakistan is believed to constantly plotting to carry out terrorist attacks in India. After facing a failure in the terrorist attack in Delhi, Pakistan is planning to attack again. It is being told that a meeting was held between Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI and terrorist organization Jaish a few days ago. This meeting has been held for the terrorist attack on India.
According to media reports, two ISI officials met Jaish militant and brother of Masood Azhar, 'Amir' Maulana Abdul Rauf Ashgar. The meeting took place after 20 August. Indian intelligence agency has been on high alert since this information was received. After the Balakot air strike, Ammar released an audio. The audio, in relation to release of Abhinandan, the current Wing Commander of the Indian Air Force, contained the criticism of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and target on Jaish's Talim-ul-Quran madarsa by the Indian Air Force was said to be taken revenge of.
According to sources, a senior intelligence official says that the Rawalpindi meeting was organized by a congregation of Jaish Markaz in Islamabad. Jaish's Operational Commander Mufti Ashgar Khan Kashmiri and Qari Zarir discussed the final phase of their plan to intensify the attack on India. The source of the terrorist security establishment said that this is important because these same people had held a meeting a month before the Pulwama attack last year.
Ashgar Kashmiri, a former guerrilla commander, is also a former member of Majlis-e-Shura. Harkatul Mujahideen is the one who later joined the Jaish along with his team of Mujahideens. Zarar is a launching commander who is behind the 2016 Nagrota Army cantonment attack. Ever since Maulana Abdul Rauf Ashgar alias Mara's brother Maulana Masood Azhar has been diagnosed with a fatal illness, he has been at the forefront of handling the Mujahideen.
The Mara terrorist organization is one of those which are included in the top five list on which Indian agencies are keeping an eye on. According to officials, Jaish is desperate to execute a big attack as an action against his militants in the valley was intensified. Two weeks ago, the intelligence establishment was alerted to a major attack by Jaish's three-member death squad.