Pulwama Terror Attack: 2 days ago security agencies had received warning

Pulwama Terror Attack
Pulwama Terror Attack
40 CRPF personnel were martyred in a suicide attack in Pulwama Terror Attack in Jammu and Kashmir. Around 2500 soldiers were on a convoy at the time of the attack on the CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) convoy. The suicide bomber fired 350 kilograms of explosive-laden trucks with a bus full of soldiers. The severity of this attack also increases, because for the first time human bomb was used in the valley. Jaish-e Mohammed took responsibility for the attack. Sources said that two days ago, the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed warned of a suicide attack in Kashmir. While pointing to the attack method, Jaish uploaded a video online. The video showed an attack in Afghanistan, in which a vehicle filled with explosives was used.

Let the intelligence agency release the IED attack alert on February 8. Security agencies had issued an alert that the entire area should be well protected before deployment at any place, as it has been reported that IED can be used for attack.

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On the other hand, officials have feared that the number of CRPF jawans in Pulwama district should have been known to the militants, after which they have carried out the incident. At the time of the attack, more than 2,500 personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were returning to join their duty in the valley. Most of these were returning after the holidays. The jawans were returning to 78 convoys in the convoy, while this attack was on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Avantipura in south Kashmir. Generally about 1 thousand jawans are part of a convoy, but this time this number was 2,547.

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Officials said that the violation of standard operating procedures can not be denied. He explained that the clear picture of the flaws could be clarified only after extensive scrutiny. A security official feared, "Many people will know such a huge movement of troops. This information is expected to reach the terrorists. ' He said that besides this, the number of workers going to the valley was high because there was no movement for the last two to three days on the highway due to bad weather and other administrative reasons. They told that the concerned agencies will investigate the attack by all aspects.