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Intelligence sources say they believe training units have now been housed at the the Jaish-e-Muhammad’s main seminary at Bahawalpur, 62 km away, but without their weapons.
Pakistan’s Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has ordered relocation of a secret facility used to train the Jaish-e-Muhammad team which carried out the assault on the Pathankot airbase, highly-placed Indian government sources have told
Located in the shadows of Fort Maujgarh, built by Muhammad Maroof Khan Kehrani in the 18th century to guard camel caravans linking the ports of the Indus and the Gulf of Kutch to Punjab’s cities, the base is believed by Indian intelligence to have been used to train élite Jaish units for special missions.
Intelligence sources say they believe training units have now been housed at the the Jaish-e-Muhammad’s main seminary at Bahawalpur, 62 km away, but without their weapons.
Images gathered from commercially-available satellite images, as well as amateur photographs, show two large complexes built behind the fort’s ruined walls, one to the east and the other to the south, each some 750 sq m in area.