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NSG commandos to train J&K cops in anti-terror operations

NSG commandos to train J&K cops in anti-terror operations: NSG commandos to train J&K cops in anti-terror operationsNSG commandos to train J&K cops in anti-terror operations some of the NSG units to be deployed + in J&K can be placed at a BSF facility in Srinagar, at the same time, because of the more locations are being scouted, said Jammu and Kashmir police sources, said the same.

“As is the case when a force is brought into a new theatre, modalities will be discussed with the J&K administration, police and other security agencies,” a senior NSG officer told TOI.

A proper infrastructure is being put in place for NSG ahead of its teams moving in. The force will train CRPF and J&K police in entering and storming buildings and other anti-terror skills. “As and when terror situations demanding their special skills crop up, NSG commandos will be also be deployed for operations. The call will be taken by J&K police at whose disposal the force will be,” told by an officer.

The NSG commandos use sophisticated Heckler and Koch MP5 submachine guns, sniper rifles, through-the-wall radar and C-4 volatile in order to eliminate holed-up terrorists.

The ” Ramzan ceasefire + “, while providing relief to the common citizen, it also put the counter-terror forces at a disadvantage by easing the pressure that intensified operations in the last months had built on terrorists.

As per a senior J&K police officer, he said that the unilateral ceasefire has not been in place and cordon-and-search operations continued in the normal course, around 15-20 terrorists which can be neutralized based on intelligence flow on their movements in built-up areas also.

“The truce allowed terrorists freedom of movement in residential areas, let them renew supplies, recruit locals, mobilize overground workers and scout for new hideouts and bases,” said an officer.

There is concern that terror groups may now strike with renewed vigor, which predominantly targeting the Amarnath Yatra, and so the strategy will be focused on neutralizing terrorists active in the south Kashmir areas of Shopian, Pulwama, Anantnag, and Kulgam.

Intelligence inputs predict the various threats to the yatra, mainly from the Jaish-e-Muhammed, which was most active during the truce, Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Hizbul Mujahideen.

The Terror modules are comprising of the Pakistani nationals are expectedly planning to penetrate from across the border and LoC in order to notice the stage attacks.