With the help of Pakistan’s ISI and the Indian Mujahideen, terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) is planning to carry out fresh attacks in North Indian cities, after the attack at Punjab’s Pathankot air base.
Quoting the military intelligence report, TOI on Tuesday reported that JeM commander Awais Mohammed, who reportedly hails from Okara in Pakistan, along with other attackers is planning to enter India through Malaysia for another strike.
TOI, citing a military intelligence report, reported said that JeM’s associates have started a recce of north Indian cities which would be as similar as Pathankot-style attack and report is to be submitted to the Punjab government.
Acording to th daily, the intelligence report was shared with the Punjab government on May 18.
The report also stated that to execute fresh terror strikes in India, JeM has opened three new offices in Pakistan.