Indian, Afghan spy agencies planning to target a Pakistani jet: sources
ISLAMABAD: Amid soaring tension between India and Pakistan over former’s recent attempt to intrude the aerial and marine boundaries of the neighbouring country, latest reports are now pouring in that the intelligence agencies of Afghanistan and India are collaborating to target any of the Pakistan’s airplanes with the help of militants, ARY News reported.
Sources told ARY News that India had sought help of Afghan spy agency NDS to execute its plan of shooting down a Pakistani plane in order to cover up its defeats on all fronts recently when it violated Pakistan’s airspace and met with a befitting response.
It is learnt that the Indian agencies were planning whether to use Afghan terrorists for the attack or deploy Tehreek-e-Taliban militants on the mission. According to their plan, the spy agencies of both the countries look to target a Pakistani target flying off from Peshawar.
Pakistan’s forces have received the information about ill-intent of the enemies and they have been on the alert and prepared to tackle any such situation, sources said.
A week ago, Pakistan’s intelligence agencies had received a report regarding the designs primarily crafted by the India and Israel who were jointly planning to launch an attack on Pakistan on February 27.
However, it was learnt that a third country, presumably a world power, was also involved with India and Israel.
Sources told ARY News that the neighbouring country was targeting eight locations in Pakistan with its missiles, mainly Karachi and Bahawalpur. In response, Pakistan had also taken aim at eight to nine targets if the neighbouring country proceeded with its hawkish move.
To counter the enemy’s move, Pakistan had closed its airspace after receiving confirmed reports about India’s nefarious designs, so that the enemy couldn’t possibly target any civilian aircraft.