Can we co-relate Nabha jail-break and Nagrota terror attack?Only three days ago (on 27th November, 2016), there was a daring jail-break at Nabha in Punjab. In broad day-light, two terrorists and four criminals fled the jail of the Punjab town. A group of terrorists and criminals entered the jail in Punjab Police uniform and got the terrorists and criminals released.
On 28th November, 2016, a 'fidayen' attack took place at medium-calibre artillery unit located at Nagrota, Jammu. In this connection, we must remember that Nagrota is the HQ of XVI Corps of the Army. The terrorists attacked the adjacent artillery unit and killed seven soldiers including two Officers.
Apparently these two events are not related. But I am feeling that Pakistan is now actively trying to revive terrorism in Punjab through the Jammu route. This trend can be noticed from the month of January of this year. Since the Pathankot attack, the new thrust of the terrorists backed by Pak Army has been in Pathankot-Gurdaspur-Rajouri-Uri-Nagrota corridor. I feel this is entirely due to the effort of reviving terrorism in Indian Punjab by drug money.
I sincerely expect that Indian security officials are taking note of the new trend.
[Declaration: This is an attempt to interpret and co-relate two events happened in quick succession in nearby areas. This interpretation is entirely the product of my fertile brain.]