Terror Camps: Pakistan Moves 15 Fearing Indian Revenge For Uri Attack :- Pakistan has pulled deeper 15 main terror camps into its territory operating close to the Line of Control (LoC), fearing retaliation by India after terrorists killed 18 soldiers in Uri , North Kashmir on Sunday.
Intelligence and security agencies have also apprised the Union home ministry that Pakistan troops have temporarily pulled back about 200 militants who were waiting to infiltrate in India. The Pakistani establishment has cancelled leaves of its border guarding forces.
The Central Government is closely monitoring the situation along the border and directed multiple agencies to collect all possible inputs.
On Friday, Union home minister Rajnath Singh met National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and senior security officials. Rajnath Singh met defence minister Manohar Parrikar in another meeting.
A senior official said that the meetings decided to counter the increased presence of Pakistani troops by beefing up the strength of India’s Border Security Force in the Valley.
A senior official said that about 10 to 15 terror camps have been either temporarily shut or re-located. Around 200 militants have been sent back.