Who are these terrorists' allies OGWs, Which became a challenge for the army in Kashmir?
Jammu Kashmir News: Police have arrested more than 900 Over-Ground Workers (OGWs) of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), Al-Badr, and The Resistance Front (TRF).
Srinagar. The local police and army have taken major action after the terrorists targeted civilians in Jammu and Kashmir. On Sunday, police arrested over 900 Over-Ground Workers (OGWs) of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), Al-Badr, and The Resistance Front (TRF).
The top officers of the police and the army are now interrogating these over-ground workers as to why they targeted the common people in Kashmir. What was the intention of the masters of the terrorist organization behind this? Let us know who are these over-ground workers, how they work for the terrorist organization in the valley, and how these are divided into parts.
How are over-ground workers classified?
Overground Workers (OGWs) are those who provide humanitarian aid, cash, accommodation, and other facilities to terrorists or terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the report, a person who provides a safe home, route, information, or acts as a messenger for suspected militants is immediately labeled as an OGW by the authorities.
What do over-ground workers do?
OGWs act as the eyes and ears of underground terrorists. These people arrange terrorist hideouts, move weapons from safe havens to places where terrorist attacks are planned. Keep an eye on the activities of the security forces. Defining over-ground workers, a top police officer said that if terrorists are seen as fish, then OGW is the water that ensures their survival.
The police officer said that OGWs are terrorists without weapons and can be even more lethal than them as they manage travel and other things for active terrorists.