New Delhi: Pakistan Army and the ISI are once again conspiring to harm the Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. According to sources, Pakistan is planning to add poison into the ration stocks of the jawans. 

Pakistan, even after sending a message of peace by releasing Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander Abhinandan, is once again trying to violate the ceasefire. Meanwhile, Pakistani intelligence is also helping the terrorist organisations by taking part in a dangerous plot of the ISI.

Given the scope of the war between India and Pakistan, the Pakistani Army is planning to poison the ration of the Indian security forces. An alert has been issued by the intelligence wing of the state police stating that they are active in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the intelligence source, Pakistan might take the help of active agents in the state to make this plot a success.

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has sent an alert to ensure necessary steps to are taken with respect to the security of ration depot of all the camps. The deployed forces' groceries are bought locally within the state and the supply of a portion of the Army's ration is also from local shops. The IB has also ordered frequent checks of the ration that is being procured for security forces across the country 

The state police intelligence wing had hacked a Pakistani CID number, which in a conversation mentioned about the plan. Hence, all security ration depots, especially those deployed in Jammu and Kashmir, will be taken care of and appropriate steps will be maintained in the mess to protect the security of the depot.

Regular checks to prevent any untoward incident is going to be carried out. Related sources said the alert has been issued on February 27 and the state police have informed the central military and paramilitary forces deployed in the state.

India is taking action against terrorism and Pakistan is facing tremendous pressure from both India and international communities. Now, Pakistan is seeking evidence from India for the action taken against the leader of the terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed, who claimed responsibility for the Pulwama attack, Masood Azhar.