Indian Army Plan Of Attacking Pakistan Failed and Leaked To ISI

Indian Army Plan Of Attacking Pakistan Failed and Leaked To ISI.

According to Indian media Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan is so strong that they got all the details about the redeployment plan of Indian Army troops near Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan border.

This plan finalized between the then defence minister of India AK Antony and former Indian Army Chief General Bikram Singh on February 15, 2014.

Indian media reported that former Indian Army Chief General Bikram Singh ordered the Directors General of Military Operations Chief Lieutenant General Vinod Bhatia about the redeployment plan but within a few hours, the Pakistan Army too began redeploying its troops because Inter-Services Intelligence is so strong that India cannot compete with them.

The Directorate General for Inter-Services Intelligence (Urdu: بین الخدماتی مخابرات) or Inter-Services Intelligence (abbreviated ISI, Urdu: آئی ایس آئی) is the premier intelligence service of Pakistan, operationally responsible for providing critical national security and intelligence assessment to the Government of Pakistan.

he ISI is the largest of the five intelligence services of Pakistan, the others being the Intelligence Bureau (IB),Military Intelligence (MI),Naval Intelligence (NI) and Air Intelligence (AI).In the late 20th century,

the ISI’s work and activities in relation to Afghan mujahideen against the Soviet Union during the Soviet–Afghan War in then-communist Afghanistan became quite famous.

During this war, ISI worked in close coordination with the Central Intelligence Agency.The later provided strategic and intelligence support to the Afghan Taliban against

the Northern Alliance in the civil war in Afghanistan in the 1990s. Ex Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief, India AS Dulat,Aditya Sinha in Sep 2015, admitted that ISI is the most powerful Intelligence agency in the world.

He said “The most powerful intelligence agency is either KGB which no more exists or ISI, because they are very anonymous”

 

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