A Pak terrorist caught by the Indian Army on August 21 in the Jhangar sector of Rajouri’s Noushera has revealed that he was sent on a mission to attack Indian Army posts by a Pakistan Army colonel. The terrorist, identified as Tabarak Hussain, alleged that he was paid Rs 30,000 for the penetration attempt. He was part of a team tasked with conducting suicide missions in India.
• Pakistan terrorist captured by Indian army in Kashmir.
• He was paid 30000 for the attack
• Pakistani Army colonel gave the money.
• Indian soldiers gave blood to save his life.
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In recent weeks there has been an increase in terrorist activities along the Line of Control in districts like Rajouri and Poonch.” I, along with four to five others, came here on a suicide mission sent by Pakistan Army Colonel Yunus. He paid me Rs 30,000 to target the Indian Army”.said by the terrorist.
Terrorist Tabarak Hussain:-
Tabarak Hussain, is a resident of Kotli district’s Sabzkot village of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The Army also stated that he disclosed during interrogation that he was “sent by Colonel Yunus Chaudhry of Pakistan intelligence agency”. Tabarak was carrying the 30,000 Pakistani rupees the colonel had given him, it stated. Hussain also revealed that he was part of a unit that carried out the raid on Indian forwards and received the final approval on 21 August.
Defence authorities said that in the last 48 hours, two major infiltration bids were foiled by vigilant troops deployed along the Line of Control in Noushera sector of Rajouri district.
On 21 August 2022, alert troops deployed in the Jhangar sector of Naushera spotted the movement of two to three terrorists on their own side of the Line of Control. A terrorist approached the Indian post and attempted to cut through the fence when he was challenged by alert sentries. The injured Pakistani terrorist was found alive and given immediate medical attention and life-saving surgery.
Terrorists admit planning attacks on Indian Army posts. Incidentally, the man was earlier caught by the Indian Army along with his brother Haroon Ali from the same sector in 2016 and repatriated on humanitarian grounds in November 2017. Hussain admitted his long association with terrorism and said he was trained by Pakistan Army Major Razak.
“I was betrayed (to the terrorists) and later caught by the Indian Army,” he told reporters in a brief conversation at a military hospital.” I underwent six months of training and visited several (terrorist) camps (run by Pakistan Army) for Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JM) members,” he said.
Brigadier Rajeev Nair, the commandant of Rajouri military hospital, said that Hussain’s condition is stable. “He came to bleed our soldiers but they saved his life, gave him their blood and fed him with their hands,” Nair said. Here is the video of the Pak terrorist in the hospital.