Jammu and Kashmir High alert after warning of an IED attack in Pulido style in Avantipora by Pakistan

Pakistan's contribution has been warned by terrorists against possible terrorist attacks by using an explosive device (IED) on a vehicle in Avantipora, Pulwama, Jammu, and Kashmir.


  • All the security agencies of J & K are placed on high alert.
  • A terrorist attack was planned to take revenge for the killing of Zakir Musa in Pulwama.
  • The same entrance with the United States was also shared.
  • J & K was placed on high alert after sharing of Intel's contribution to India in a possible terrorist attack in Avantipora of Pulwama district, allegedly by Pakistan. Intel's warnings, which were shared before the SCO summit in Bishkek, have also been shared with the United States. After the fall of Intel, all the security agencies in Jammu and Kashmir were placed on high alert.

Avantipora, Pulwama, Jammu, and K. Using an explosive device (IED) on a vehicle in the city, the terrorists have warned of possible terrorist attacks. The state police are particularly looking at the road.

Sources say that information of possible terrorist attack in Pulwama was of a common nature and Pakistan has not shared specific details. Chief Sources reveal that Pakistan has just reported the potential terrorist attack. He said that it was done to prevent any kind of crime, retaliation from India or international pressure for action against terrorism.

According to the reports, the plan of the terrorist attack in Pulwama district has been made to seek revenge for the murder of Zakir Musa. Zakir Musa was killed in a meeting with security forces on May 24 in the trolley of Pulwama. Burqa Wani's closest ally, Zakir Musa, was the commander of Al-Qaeda, who was associated with Ansar Gazawat-ul Hind.

On the possible terrorist attack in Pulwama, the official said that Pakistan shared the comment with the High Commission of India in Islamabad. The same entry was shared with the United States, which also informed India.

This alert came months after the February 14 terrorist attack, in which 40 people were killed after a van crashed with explosives in a convoy of the Central Reserve Police (CRPF) in Pulwama.

Recently, five CRPF personnel and one militant were killed in firing with masked terrorists in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Police sources said three masked terrorists came out of a car on KP road in Anantnag town and opened fire on a security team on Wednesday afternoon. Earlier, sources had said that only two terrorists were involved in the attack.