In a new conspiracy, Pakistan has reportedly planned protests against India on an international level

According to Indian intelligence agencies, Pakistan has asked its embassies across the world to plan a conspiracy in the Kashmir Valley in a way that would tarnish the image of the Indian government.

Intel agencies have said the Pakistan foreign ministry has sent a secret note to its embassies, detailing new conspiracies against India.

For the 'Kashmir Solidarity Day' (observed by Pakistan on February 5), the Pakistan High Commission in Islamabad sent faxes and emails to all its embassies, detailing the plan to sabotage the Indian armed forces, Intel said.

Meanwhile, on Friday, the army and the Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested six terrorists associated with the proscribed terrorist outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).

A huge cache of arms and ammunition was also recovered from their possession.

During the preliminary investigation, the Jammu and Kashmir Police said it surfaced that the terrorists were affiliated with the proscribed terror outfit JeM and were in touch with terror handlers across the border via various social media platforms.

The arrested accused were hell-bent to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere in Kulgam district by way of carrying out grenade attacks, intimidating innocent civilians, standoff fire attacks on PRI members, minority communities etc, said police.