With an aim to detect terrorists who hide behind walls or in houses in Kashmir, the Army has started using “through the wall” radars to catch jihadis during counter-insurgency operations in the Valley. “A few such radar systems have already been imported from the United States and Israel,” a top source in the Army said.
The radar is being used to help the security forces pinpoint the location of terrorists, who hide behind specially created walls or in underground cavities in houses during combing operations. “Some Army formations have started using these imported radar systems in Kashmir,” the source said.
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The need for such hi-tech radars was felt after the security forces and J&K police failed to locate terrorists during combing operations despite specific intelligence about the presence of jihadis in the area. In circumstances where troops were unable to trace terrorists in densely populated areas despite a credible tip-off, they faced hostile crowds and stone-pelters.