Terrorists have been ordered to strike posts of the Indian Army battalion at Doda in Poonch

Latest Intel reports accessed by Times Now reveal that over 30 terrorists from Hizbul Mujahideen and LeT are getting battle-ready to target Indian armed forces and they have orders to strike at the earliest

New Delhi: Pakistan's new Prime Minister, Imran Khan, may be talking about reaching out to India, but the reports since his swearing-in show there's no difference on the ground when it comes to terrorism. Which is understandable, say intelligence agencies, as the army and the ISI call the shots. The latest intelligence reports are depressingly familiar, even alarming as there appears to be a slight increase in terrorist activity along the line of control.

Troops are on alert all along the line of control after yesterday's report of a BAT or Battle Action Team's orders to strike. Six terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Taiba are at Mandhar Launch Pad and they have orders to strike posts of the Indian Army battalion at Doda in the Poonch sector. They have been asked to attack at the earliest.

According to the Intel Reports:

1. Five terrorists--a mixed group comprising the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Hizbul Mujahideen are trying to infiltrate into Tangdhar. They are currently at Jurabandi and the route they are following is from Chejua to Aag and Ragni and Kabranwali right up to Rangwar forest.

2. Four LET terrorists, along with a guide--Mushtaq Mir of Mandkuli in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir are opposite Nowgam in the Anantnag area of Jammu and Kashmir. They will infiltrate from Kharameru to Yaduri and Narpatra to Manabal.

3. A large group of ten terrorists with a guide-- Ghulam Rasool Chopan of Dudhkub are at launch pad Mohradori opposite Rampur in J and K. They are attempting to enter through Tholanwali visa Poshkhatri, Asha and Butapatri.

4. Another group of five LET terrorists are at launchpad Bodiya opposite Poonch and are likely to infiltrate very shortly. 

This report clearly suggests that there is no end to terrorism regardless of who is in charge in Pakistan.