While CRPF promised to take revenge, Intelligence Agencies are monitoring 5,000 social media accounts that are celebrating the martyrdom of 49 CRPF Jawans

As per the latest reports, the number of martyrs has reached 49 and several other men are still in hospital. Meanwhile, the CRPF has promised to avenge the death of its men. In its statement, CRPF stated “WE WILL NOT FORGET, WE WILL NOT FORGIVE: We salute our martyrs of Pulwama attack and stand with the families of our martyr brothers. This heinous attack will be avenged”.

Since early morning, high level meetings are taking place. One such meeting was chaired by PM Modi and the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had carried another meeting with several security heads.

Now a senior intelligence officer has said that more than 5,000 active social media accounts linked to banned terror outfits which are continuously posting and sharing pictures and video of the Pulwama attack and portraying Dar as a hero, are under their scanner, said a report. These social media users are using the attack on the Indian forces as an opportunity to influence the youths in the valley so to revive their network that has been severely damaged by the Indian security forces since last few years.

The source from the security force also said “Most of the active sympathisers are in the Valley while some are manipulating the facts and running Islamic propaganda from Pakistan. We are trying to identify their real identity along with their geo-location for ground monitoring. The whole idea is to handicap the new generation and the easiest platform is the digital world. Soon after the Pulwama attack the message of ‘Kashmir Azadi’ started to circulate across the internet”.

Not just the radicalized youths in the valley, the Indian security agencies should nab few of the Indians who are using their heinous attack on CRPF jawans as a means to attack PM Modi. A lady named Sanjukta Basu made a crass comment of PM Modi.

While active Congress supporters Ashok Swain divided the martyrs in the name of caste and religion.

Hansika Raj


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