ISI funded stone-pelters in Kashmir, says military intelligence

New Delhi, April 17: The stone-pelting protesters that attacked polling stations in Kashmir during April 9 by-elections were no flash mobs but part of a coordinated attack planned by Pakistani spy agency ISI and their overground operatives in the Valley, sources in the military intelligence said, according to a report by India Today.
“The Pakistani ISI and various Pakistan-backed terrorist groups had directed their network of over-ground workers to ensure that the electioneering process for Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency and Anantnag assembly seat were disrupted to showcase their capability to calibrate insurgency here,” the sources said.