NEW DELHI – The Narendra Modi-led Indian regime seems to be escalating tension with Pakistan as it has started mobilizing military equipment including artillery gun towards the Line of Control (LoC).

A couple of images on social media shared by the Deputy Director of international think tank ICTC, F jeffery imply the unusual movement of the equipment amid heightened tension with Pakistan in the aftermath of Pulwama attack that left over 40 soldiers dead on February 14th.

In another tweet, the analyst posted a picture showing ‘huge convoy of buses and trucks outside Srinagar’s Police Control Room in Kashmir’.

Moreover, another notification also made rounds on social media implying that as many as 100 companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) would be deployed additionally in Kashmir on immediate basis.

India seems to be whipping up war hysteria as essential departments including health care and food have been asked to be vigilant.

Sale centrs concerning food grains have also been directed to stay open on Sunday, Februay 24th, for sale of foodgrains in the interest of general public, besides receiving of trucks loaded with foodgrains.

‘In view of the prevailing situations, it is impressed upon all the chief medical officer’s to collect the available supplies of drugs, medicine, sugical disposable itemsand other allied items under rule for the district(s) including District hospitals from the JKMSCL Regional Drug Ware  – GMC Bemina Srinagar,’ stated another notification issued on Saturday.

Another notification shared by jeffery sheds light on how the troops would be deployed in Kashmir zone.

The analyst also disclsoed that there were credible reports of exchange of artillery between Indian and Pakistani forces in Nowshera sector along the Line of Control.

The Pulwama attack is the worst in decades of insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir, India’s only Muslim majority state. Analysts claim that the attack might have been a false flag owing to the upcoming elections in India as anti-Pakistan sentiments are whipped up to garner support.

Pakistan condemned the attack with Prime Minister Imran Khan offering that the country would help track the culprits if New Delhi provides any substantial evidence in this regard.

“India has always accused Pakistan without any proof,” said Imran, adding that “If India has actionable evidence, they should share them with us and we will take action.”