A week ago, high ranking representatives of the Indian Army said they got insight inputs that Pakistan was sending Covid-19 patients into Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir.
Covid-19: Pakistan ‘attempting to push’ contaminated people into Kashmir, says J&K police boss
Police stops vehicles at a checkpoint during a legislature forced across the nation lockdown in Srinagar. | Tauseef Mustafa/AFP
Executive General of Jammu and Kashmir Police Dilbag Singh on Thursday said “it is a reality” that Pakistan is “attempting to push” individuals contaminated with Covid-19 into Jammu and Kashmir so as to spread the lethal infection among the individuals of the Valley, NDTV announced.
This came seven days after high ranking representatives of the Indian Army said they have gotten knowledge inputs that Islamabad was sending Covid-19 patients into Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir to set them up to invade Indian domains. The area has revealed around 50 Covid-19 cases, out of which, a considerable lot of the cases are from Mirpur locale.