Srinagar: Pakistan is attempting to push individuals contaminated with coronavirus into Jammu and Kashmir to spread the exceptionally infectious infection among the individuals of Kashmir valley, a top cop has said.
Jammu and Kashmir Police boss Dilbag Singh made the case subsequent to visiting a COVID-19 isolate office in Ganderbal area, 20 km from Srinagar. Mr Singh said “Pakistan is attempting to send COVID-19 patients” to Kashmir Valley.
“Certain things have gone to the fore. Up until now, Pakistan has been sending psychological militants to Kashmir, yet it is presently trading coronavirus patients to spread the infection among individuals of Kashmir. It’s an issue we must be mindful about and it’s upsetting,” Mr Singh said.
The case comes seven days after a top Army administrator said they have gotten knowledge inputs that Pakistan was sending COVID-19 patients into Pakistan-involved Kashmir or PoK to prepare them for invasion to India.
PoK has revealed somewhere in the range of 50 COVID-19 cases, huge numbers of them from Mirpur area.
Prior this month, an invasion endeavor in the high-elevation Keran area was halted by the Army’s extraordinary powers. Five psychological militants were shot dead. Five Indian fighters additionally lost their lives.
In the days following the experience, there had been a substantial trade of big guns shoot among India and Pakistan along the Line of Control or LoC. Three regular folks were murdered and a few were harmed in shelling by Pakistan in Kupwara locale.
Jammu and Kashmir has revealed more than 400 coronavirus cases. The greater part of them are from Kashmir valley. Three police officers have additionally been tried positive.
The quantity of COVID-19 patients in India rose to 21,393 at the beginning of today, as per Health Ministry information. An aggregate of 1,409 new cases and 41 passings have been accounted for over the most recent 24 hours; 681 have kicked the bucket because of the profoundly irresistible malady in India since the pandemic arrived at the nation. The quantity of patients who recouped from COVID-19 stands at 4,258.