7 terrorists enter India from Pakistan, to the target the capital, New Delhi

November 15, 2018 | Brainwave Science


7 terrorists enter India from Pakistan, to the target the capital, New Delhi: Brainwave ScienceSITUATION

At least 7 terrorists affiliated with the dangerous terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) have managed to sneak across the India-Pakistan Border into India. This is an unusual incursion, in many respects, for India. Although many terrorists from Pakistan manage to enter India from the Northernmost state of India, called Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), it is rare when terrorists try to infiltrate through the state of Punjab.

The terrorists are believed to be hiding in Firozpur area, which is merely 10 kilometers away from one of the most hostile international borders in the world. The suspected terrorists are known to be planning to move towards Delhi, an intelligence report said on Thursday.

Firozpur is merely 450 kilometers away from the capital of India. There are numerous ways in which the terrorists could employ to make their way to, New Delhi, India. Security across the India-Pakistan borders is always tight.

This intelligence report has come just a day after four persons snatched a car at gun point near Madhopur area of Pathankot.

The Terrorists who attacked the Pathankot airbase in 2016, and caused widespread damage used a similar modus operandi. These terrorists, who had launched attacks on the Pathankot Air base, had snatched a Punjab police officer’s car to get to the air base.

The incident took place on Tuesday night when four people who had hired a taxi from Jammu asked the driver to stop the car in Madhopur area, as one of the passengers complained of vomiting. The vehicle was snatched from the driver at gunpoint by the occupants.

Security has been tightened in the area. All routes towards the National Capital of India are being monitored.


Being a country with highly porous borders which facilitate trafficking through land, air and sea, India must act proactively to quash all terror threats. After facing hostility from Pakistan and China through the states of Jammu & Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh, India needs to equip its Investigative agencies with a weapon which can deliver justice quickly, accurately, and with minimal violation of human rights.

Current Intelligence gathering mechanisms, are unable to detect concealed information stored within the brains of wanted criminals and terrorists.


India has always been a soft target for terrorist forces all over the world. The notorious terrorist group, Lashkar-e-Taiba, is still active, despite being banned. It continues to operate under several cover names including Jamaat ud Dawah.

To eradicate terrorism in India, a preemptive solution is needed. What is needed is that India can find terrorists before they commit their heinous crimes. The technology which can enable this is called iCognative. This technology, developed by Brainwave Science uses scientific methods to distinguish between a perpetrator, a witness or an innocent person. iCognative testing measures brainwave responses to crime-relevant or terrorism-relevant words or pictures presented on a computer screen. In addition, this powerful and proven technology is a potent weapon in war against terrorism. iCognative can identify the perpetrators and planners of terrorist acts by detecting the record stored in the brain.  In addition, it could be used to identify trained terrorists.  Supported by Brainwave Science team of expert neuro-scientists, physicists, signal processing experts and technologists, iCognative technology is empowered with cutting edge features to deliver the most accurate results to detect trained terrorists, bomb makers, members of a terrorist cell, etc., even before they strike. It is one technology that is a must-have for any counter-intelligence and national security agency to stay ahead of their enemies’ games at a global level.

The key difference between a guilty party and an innocent suspect is that the criminal or terrorist has a record of his criminal and terrorist activities stored in his brain, and the innocent suspect does not. Crime-related details stored in the brains of the perpetrators can easily be unearthed by the proprietary software developed by Brainwave Science. The technology can recognize any specific, concealed or hidden information in the brain. iCognative relies in an electrical response from the brain when it encounters a familiar stimulus.

In the case of the sneaking in of the terrorists, the Indian Authorities can not only run a iCognative test on the witnesses, but also on the suspects, when found. Intelligence gathered by their agents along with informers in the field can support complimented with iCognative can very well play a pivotal role in aversion of any attack that may still be in a planning stage. While taking the test, brainwaves of the subject are analyzed, and it can be determined whether he or she possesses information about any plans of future attacks planned by terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jamaat ud Dawah or any other terrorist affiliated groups active or inactive in India.

Indian security and intelligence agencies can use the power of iCognative to detect crime-specific information stored in the brain of terrorists.

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