BSF detects hidden tunnel along India Pakistan Border
Sources say that the length of this tunnel is about 150 meters. Also, cement sacks have been recovered from the tunnel. Which is made in Karachi, Pakistan.
New Delhi: The Border Security Force has detected a tunnel near the international border in Hiranagar sector of Kathua. The tunnel on the international border has revealed another act of sending Pakistani terrorists to the Indian border.
BSF detects a tunnel near Pak border:
Officials said that the Border Security Force (BSF) on Wednesday detected a tunnel near the international border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. During an operation, a tunnel was built across the border to facilitate the infiltration of terrorists by BSF personnel in Bobia village in the morning. Senior BSF and police officers have reached the spot.
150 METER Long Tunnel:
Sources say that the length of this tunnel is about 150 meters. Also, cement sacks have been recovered from the tunnel. Which is made in Karachi, Pakistan. It is being told that this tunnel has been dug right in front of the Pakistan Post.
Earlier in August 2020, a tunnel was found along the border of Bain Glade, a village bordering Samba. Pakistan-made sacks were found in this tunnel, found fifty meters from the border. In which sand was filled. Let me tell you that even before this, tunnels have been found in many areas adjacent to the border.
The BSF was receiving inputs about the tunnel in the Samba region. In view of this, special teams were instructed to find out. A special team found the tunnel. This tunnel was about 150 yards long from the zero line. The mouth of the tunnel was closed by sandbags.
After tightening the LoC, Pakistan has started using the international border to push the terrorists. The terrorists involved in the Pulwama attack had also infiltrated from the international border. This has been confirmed in the charge sheet filed by NIA.