Hit List: Conspiracy to shake India! Terrorists have prepared a hit list of 200 people, intelligence agency alert

 Hit list of 200 people: After the recent attacks on Kashmiri Pandits and non-Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir, an alert has come to the fore that such attacks are being planned to intensify in the coming days.


ISI recently met leaders of many terrorist organizations in PoK, according to the alert, ISI has prepared a hit list of 200 people, from Kashmiri Pandits, politicians, media persons, industrialists to non-local people.

Indian intelligence agencies have been alerted about the formation of a new terrorist organization by Pakistan-based groups, Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI is planning a big conspiracy against India Pakistan's terrorist groups are engaged in the exercise of forming a new terrorist organization in Kashmir ,

 

According to an alert, ISI has prepared a hit list of 200 people.

 

Indian intelligence agencies have been alerted about this. It is being claimed that 200 people are included in its hit list, ranging from Kashmiri Pandits, politicians, media persons, industrialists to non-local people. A new mask terrorist organization is being formed under this conspiracy is being hatched against them.

 

 

The names of many Kashmiri Pandits are included in this list.

According to the alert, the ISI has prepared a hit list of 200 people, whose killing can create tension in the Kashmir Valley, allegedly the names of many Kashmiri Pandits are included in this list.

 

ISI met leaders of many terrorist organizations in PoK

According to media reports, Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI has recently met leaders of several terrorist organizations in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and asked them to carry out more attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, in which Kashmiri Pandits and non-Muslims are attacked. Have been asked to target. It may be noted that last year, the ISI had started a front organization called The Resistance Front (TRF) for Lashkar-e-Taiba, which currently takes responsibility for most of the attacks in Kashmir.