Tunnel detected along Pakistan border in J&K’s Samba district, security forces carry out anti-tunnelling operation
The BSF is taking no opportunities and has introduced a huge operation since Friday to unearth more such tunnels.
An underground tunnel on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district was found by the Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday, November22
The tunnel was found by a patrol celebration of the BSF and is thought to have been used for seepage across the border.
According to BSF authorities, the four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists killed in an encounter on Thursday may have used the tunnel to infiltrate into the nation from Pakistan.
The BSF is taking no chances and has actually introduced a huge operation considering that Friday to uncover more such tunnels. The Army and police are likewise a part of this operation which is still going on.
Security forces had actually gotten details about the four terrorists infiltrating into the country from throughout the worldwide border in Samba sector. After getting the info security forces carried out an encounter near the Jammu-Srinagar nationwide highway toll on Thursday and killed all the 4 terrorists who were taking a trip in a Kashmir-bound truck.
A substantial cache of arms and ammunition consisting of 11 AK series rifle, 29-30 Chinese grenade, 3 handguns, two cutters and four-five kg of RDX was recovered from the slain terrorists. A remote, smart phone, dry fruit, Pakistan-made medicines were also recovered from the killed terrorists.
The terrorists had actually come with the purpose to interrupt District Development Council surveys, set up to be kept in eight stages beginning November 28, stated the cops.
Two SOG guys of the J&K cops were injured in the Thursday encounter near the Jammu-Srinagar national highway toll. The hurt were identified as Kuldeep Raj (32) of Akhnoor and Mohammad Ishaq Malik (40) of Neel Qasim Banihal Ramban.
Both had been confessed to GMC Jammu and are stated to be in a stable condition now.
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