New Delhi: After destroying terror facility of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and causing massive casualties by carrying out an air strike in Balakot, Pakistan, banned terror outfit is trying to get a new face and recruit fidayeen bombers to attack India.

A new terror outfit is now being formed in Pakistan after it got a major setback to act against terrorists operating from its soil as United Nations Security Council declared JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

According to the latest intelligence input, the result of global pressure to act against Masood Azhar, JeM along with Pakistan is setting up a new terror wing - Jaish-e-Mutqi, near Afghanistan border.

Intelligence agencies have specific information that Pakistan’s ISI is trying to rebuild a new terror outfit along with JeM and Islamic State (IS) to made fresh recruitment and carrying out deadly attacks on India. The activity by terror groups was tracked near Miramshah city of North Waziristan which is close to Afghanistan borders. ISI is also trying to bring all the terror outfits together to wage war against India. Through JeM, IS and Taliban, ISI is planning to incite more violence in Kashmir valley.

Several meeting of terror outfits has come under the radar of security agencies which were held in Pakistan and Afghanistan.  The new terror wing is believed to have Taliban terrorists and fidayeen attackers.

Security agencies are continuously monitoring the cross-border development as they suspect that terror outfits may attempt to carry out Pulwama-like suicide bombing attack. JeM terrorists were behind attacking CRPF convoy on February 14 in which 40 jawans were killed. Following the incident, IAF went inside Pakistan territory and carried out air strike at Jaish terror facility in Balakot in which many commanders, trainers and new recruits were killed.

JeM chief Masood Azhar has asked to look for highly trained terrorists and bomb makers for the new terror outfit which can carry out attacks in India within short notice.

Post Pulwama attack, Indian security agencies have prepared a detailed report of 16 terror facilities in Pakistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). All the terror facilities are in the vicinity of Pakistan army base and 11 of such camps are in PoK closer to Indian border to infiltrate in India. Terrorists are now trying to shift their base after India’s major victory at the global platform as UNSC declared JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. Pakistan is now forced to act against terror organisation working from their soil and show action to the global leaders.