Militants in PoK terrorist camps are in fear after India's surgical strikes

New Delhi: The surgical strikes that Indian Army carried out in PoK have caused fear among terrorists living in the terrorist camps. According to top sources, “Before the surgical strikes the number of terrorists living in these camps were about 500 and now this figure has come down to nearly 200 .”

The demolition of these terrorists launching pad has sent a wave of fear among terrorists based in PoK. ISI had earlier shifted 18 terrorists training camps to its army base and the remaining 24 terrorist camps were isolated by the terrorists themselves.

These terrorist camps also include that terror camp where training was given to militants who carried out 26/11 strikes in Mumbai. This camp is based in Manshera near Mujafarrabad.

The main reason for isolating these terrorist camps is that militants are now fearing that their terror camp may become target of next surgical strike by the Indian army.

According to top sources, “after isolating these terror camps, some militants have returned their home and the rest have been shifted by Pakistan's ISI agency to safe places.” The sources further claimed that nearly 200 militants were all set to intrude India after getting training. These terrorists were mainly from Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.

But the way Indian army carried out the surgical strikes and demolished 7 launching pads, it has sent a wave of fear among militants in PoK and they have dropped their plans of intruding India's territory for now.