Kollam Collectorate gets ‘Indian army leave Kashmir’ message from Pakistan
Kollam: The district Collectorate here on Wednesday received a message from Pakistan against Indian Army. The WhatsApp message received by the district disaster response force demanded Indian Army to leave Kashmir. Based on a complaint, Kollam west police registered a case and started investigations.
The message, sent from a Pakistan based mobile number that starts with 82, was received around 10.45 pm on Tuesday. The message in Hindi and Urdu demanded Indian Army to leave Kashmir. The message also claimed that Kashmir be longed to Pakistan and expressed anger against the Indian Army.
On seeing the message, district disaster response force officials registered a complaint with Kollam west police. An FIR was registered and further investigations are on. The cyber cell is also helping in the investigations.
It must be remembered that a bomb blast had occurred at Kollam Collectorate two years ago in which one person was injured. In this context, the police have taken the message from Pakistan very seriously. The police have given the details of the message to the state intelligence chief and other national security agencies.
It is learned that the police will need assistance of international agencies to identify the source of the message. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will also investigate the matter.