A jittery Pakistan has directed four terrorists to shift their camps from the Line of Control and also told them to don Army fatigues. These include Lashkar terrorist Ashfaq Barwal operating from Kotli, Jaish's Nadeem from Bagh, Zahoor Qari from Pala and Hizbul's Wasim Dar from Kotli.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) had carried out a pre-dawn air strike on February 26. The air strike came in response after the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama in which 40 Central Reserve Police Force troopers were killed on February 14 and Pakistan-based JeM claimed responsibility.
According to inputs, a meeting had taken place between terrorists, ISI and Pakistan Army on March 16. A decision on raising Jaish-e-Mohammed's fund was taken in the meeting as a "reward" for executing terror activities in Jammu and Kashmir. Lashkar, however, was pulled up by Pakistan for not being able to do so.