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Indian TV giant, NDTV’s website reports that Indian NSA, Ajit Doval, has briefed Indian PM Narendra Modi that 100 Pakistani trained terrorists are ready at launch sites close to LOC, in Pakistani Kashmir. NDTV cites ‘sources’ for its news story and claims that information collected by intelligence agencies has been shared by NSA, Doval, with PM Modi and Interior Minister, Rajnath Singh, prior to the meeting of Cabinet Committee on Security (CSS) and this information presented to the ministries of Defense, Interior and Foreign Affairs.

100 Terrorists At Launch Pads Near Line of Control, PM Narendra Modi Is Told

NDTV story claims that now – after India’s surgical strikes in the intervening night of 28th and 29th Sept, in which seven launch sites were destroyed and a very large number of terrorists were killed – Pakistani infantry is protecting the launch pads of terrorists. Objective of Pakistani army, according to NDTV is to facilitate entry of large number of terrorists into Kashmir before the winter sets in, and mountain passes are covered with snow.

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Moeed Hasan Pirzada is a Pakistani political commentator, geostrategic analyst, and a television news journalist. He is an anchor at Dunya News and hosts TV programs. He has interviewed many politicians around the world. Moeed Hassan Pirzada has also been a Director World Affairs and Content Head of PTV News and hosted the famous talk show Sochta Pakistan, a program that discussed national, regional, strategic, social and educational issues with politicians, analysts and policy makers. He has worked with Dunya News-TV channel as a Director World Affairs and hosted the current affairs talk show Dunya Today. He has written for Dubai-based regional paper Khaleej Times. His columns have appeared in major Pakistani papers such as Dawn, The News International, Daily Times, Friday Times and blogs. He has attended national and international conferences, seminars and policy workshops and had been a member of the Prime Minister's Education Task Force that collaborated with the British Council to produce the Next Generation Report. He has contributed policy papers to Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) and also written several policy pieces for Pique Magazine. He is an Executive Director of Governance & Policy Advisors (GAPA) that provides consultancy services to the government institutions, development organizations and corporate bodies on issues related to media, governance, health policy, and regional peace.

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