Pakistan's ISI starts 'Project Harvest': Likely to target senior retired police and Army officers
ISI in Pakistan is said to have launched 'Project Harvest' against India. It is allegedly targeted towards senior retired police and Army officers in Punjab among other parts of India.
Sources state a Canada-based Khalistan activist is responsible for launching the project targeted towards Indian retired police officers and is named 'Project Harvest'.
Security agencies are currently vigilant of the activities of pro-Khalistan group 'Sikhs For Justice' (SFJ) to check if they are a part of 'Project Harvest'. The group is said to be sponsoring free air tickets to people willing to join the Khalistan Referendum movement.
The Station Superintendent at Pathankot Railway Station has received a threat mail via post saying the Pathankot City and Cantt railway stations will be blown up. Owing to the threats, security has been made more severe in Pathankot.