Bringing mobile phones is not a difficult task for terrorists in Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu. A Central Security Force officer involved in the search operation along with police said the jail did not have a system to inspect vehicles carrying goods from outside. Any illegal object is easy to get to jail. The eyes of the guards are on the weapons. What kind of vigilance in case of drugs, sim, mobile phones …
– Photo: Amar Ujala (file photo)
Listen to the news
Security forces are facing a situation like information leak in the encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. It came to light in the ongoing or ongoing encounters in places like Poonch since October 11th. The latest case is that of terrorist Zia Mustafa, who is lodged in the Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu. He was killed in an encounter between security forces and militants on Sunday. It turned out that there were direct talks between the militant groups in Pakistan and the terrorists in the jails of Jammu and Kashmir.
Four mobile phones were found in the Kot Bhalwal jail where many big terrorists are staying. According to reliable sources, the intelligence agency has alerted the Jammu and Kashmir administration in this regard. There has been talk of full control over incidents of receiving phone calls from terrorists in prison. However, the terrorists remained in jail and continued their network. Jammu and Kashmir police and jail authorities have been unable to crack down on the terrorist network. Dozens of unscrupulous ‘mustafas’ are still in jails. When the ‘Vibhishan’ in these jails could not be caught, the Jammu and Kashmir administration started moving horrible terrorists to Uttar Pradesh jails.
The terrorists knew about the operation
Let us inform you that it will be more than two weeks from the start of the operation against terrorists in Poonch area. Ten soldiers were martyred during this time. Jammu and Kashmir police say more than a dozen militants have been killed. On Sunday, security forces took Lashkar-e-Taiba militant Zia Mustafa into custody to locate a secret base for Bhatturi. The militants opened fire on police and army personnel in the process. Two policemen and an army jawan were injured in the incident. Zia Mustafa was killed amid heavy gunfire. According to sources, no attack took place at the place where the security forces team went with Mustafa. The information was leaked due to the manner in which the terrorists opened fire on the security forces. The terrorists knew how many people were in the security forces team. Mustafa has a mobile phone in prison and is in talks with terrorist organizations across the border.
Getting a phone and sim in jail is very easy
Bringing mobile phones is not a difficult task for terrorists in Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu. A Central Security Force officer who was involved in the search operation along with the police in the jail said that there was no system in the jail to screen the vehicles carrying goods from outside. Any illegal object is easy to get to jail. The eyes of the guards are on the weapons. There is no vigilance in the case of drugs, sim, mobile phones. Zia Mustafa’s conversation with a terrorist named Saifullah sitting in the POK proves that all this is not a difficult task in prison. The IB had earlier warned the Jammu and Kashmir jail administration and police to strictly ban SIM cards and mobile phones in jails. It was not implemented. ‘Vibhishan’ found in jail. With this, many key information is reaching the terrorists. According to sources, some such people were also said to be in jail as they were in direct contact with the police. They are also said to have links with the notorious terrorists in jail.
A list of nearly 100 terrorists in jails is ready
The network of ‘terrorists’ in the jails of Jammu and Kashmir is so powerful that it has not been able to eradicate it even if it wants to. The inmates were shifted to jails in UP. In 2020, a mobile phone was found near the Jaish-e-Muhammad militant Abdul Rehman Mughal in Kot Bhalwal jail. Pakistan has confirmed that it is in talks with handlers. In May, when police and a CRPF team raided the Kot Bhalwal jail, a dozen mobile SIMs were seized. In April this year, Jaish-e-Mohammed seized a mobile phone from militant Muzaffar Beg. In 2018, the NIA, along with the police and the CRPF, raided the Central Jail in Srinagar. During that time, 25 mobile phones, SIM cards and Pakistani flags were seized. In July 2021, Jammu police raided the Kot Bhalwal jail and seized nine mobile phones, SIM cards and PAN drives. The incidents took place when 26 militants from various jails in Jammu and Kashmir were shifted to Agra Central Jail. The intelligence agency has compiled a list of about 100 militants in Jammu and Kashmir jails. It is learned that there are 30 terrorists belonging to A category and 70 terrorists belonging to B category. Plans for terrorist incidents while in prison. Other horrific prisoners will soon be moved to other prisons to break the network of terrorist organizations.