New Delhi: Signaling at how the Kashmir Valley can once again get into a state of unrest as an impact of the Osama’s killing, Pakistan Army has violated ceasefire agreement at the LoC twice within the last fortnight.

After Osama’s killing at Abbottabad near Islamabad on May 2, Pakistan Army launched a grenade attack and fired in the Poonch sector from across the border on May 5.

Similarly, on May 15, Pakistan Army had fired in Jammu sector at the international checkpoints.

India had showed its displeasure over the hotline service to Pakistan. India has described the firings as an attempt on the part of Pakistan Army to divert attention from the spotlight pertaining to Osama’s presence in its country.

The recent violations have raised alarm for Indian security agencies. Recently, during the security review by the Defence Ministry, it was suspected that the ISI sponsored terrorist groups can target India to divert attention.

Not only this, through terrorist interceptions, it was noted that they have been briefed on expediting their activities in India.

Last week, while Udhampur witnessed a car bomb blast, large cache of weapons was ceased from Kupwara.  Apart from that five militants of Hizbul were nabbed from Baramulla.

Security agencies on May 6 had busted a racket which provided monetary help to militants in Kulgam. Weapons and ammunitions were also recovered from them.

JPN/Bureau