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Cross-border infiltration: BSF to scan borderline for possible

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the BJP is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

army, BSF, jawan, security personnel, J&K,
Quick Reaction Team (QRT) personnel at 16 Corps headquarters during the search operations following Nagrota Army camp attack, in Jammu

With militants infiltrating via a 70- feet long tunnel along in Samba district before being gunned down, has decided to scan the borderline to detect more such tunnels.

does not want to give any chance to the militants to engineer infiltration along the in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts in Jammu frontier, a senior officer said.

"We will scan the borderline to find if any more such tunnels are in the area", the officer said.

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB.

Playing down the detection of tunnel in Chamliyal-Ramgarh sector in Samba district after gunning down of three terrorist, had on Thursday said it was mere a "rat hole tunnel" used only one time by the terrorists.

"Militants had come out to this side via a tunnel on the intervening night of 28 and 29 November in Chamliyal area. The operation was conducted there. Details have been shared with you (media)", Inspector General of BSF, Jammu Frontier, D K Upadhayaya had said yesterday.

Ahead of the press conference, had played a video to show the tunnel and route taken by the terrorist, who came from while crawling through the tunnel.

"We have given you the full details of the tunnel.There were various reports coming in the media about the tunnel and old profile pictures of some tunnels were shown which were totally different in shape and size," he had said.

Upadhayaya had said, "According to the pictures shown to you it is a rat hole tunnel and it is generally used one time, which opens up in a plain area.The area was ploughed two to three days ago. and farmers were keeping a watch over the area".

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Cross-border infiltration: BSF to scan borderline for possible

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the BJP is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the BJP is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB
With militants infiltrating via a 70- feet long tunnel along in Samba district before being gunned down, has decided to scan the borderline to detect more such tunnels.

does not want to give any chance to the militants to engineer infiltration along the in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts in Jammu frontier, a senior officer said.

"We will scan the borderline to find if any more such tunnels are in the area", the officer said.

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB.

Playing down the detection of tunnel in Chamliyal-Ramgarh sector in Samba district after gunning down of three terrorist, had on Thursday said it was mere a "rat hole tunnel" used only one time by the terrorists.

"Militants had come out to this side via a tunnel on the intervening night of 28 and 29 November in Chamliyal area. The operation was conducted there. Details have been shared with you (media)", Inspector General of BSF, Jammu Frontier, D K Upadhayaya had said yesterday.

Ahead of the press conference, had played a video to show the tunnel and route taken by the terrorist, who came from while crawling through the tunnel.

"We have given you the full details of the tunnel.There were various reports coming in the media about the tunnel and old profile pictures of some tunnels were shown which were totally different in shape and size," he had said.

Upadhayaya had said, "According to the pictures shown to you it is a rat hole tunnel and it is generally used one time, which opens up in a plain area.The area was ploughed two to three days ago. and farmers were keeping a watch over the area".
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Cross-border infiltration: BSF to scan borderline for possible

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the BJP is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB

With militants infiltrating via a 70- feet long tunnel along in Samba district before being gunned down, has decided to scan the borderline to detect more such tunnels.

does not want to give any chance to the militants to engineer infiltration along the in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts in Jammu frontier, a senior officer said.

"We will scan the borderline to find if any more such tunnels are in the area", the officer said.

Apart from manual and mobile patrolling and three tier fencing, the is keeping a hawk's eye on the movement along the IB.

Playing down the detection of tunnel in Chamliyal-Ramgarh sector in Samba district after gunning down of three terrorist, had on Thursday said it was mere a "rat hole tunnel" used only one time by the terrorists.

"Militants had come out to this side via a tunnel on the intervening night of 28 and 29 November in Chamliyal area. The operation was conducted there. Details have been shared with you (media)", Inspector General of BSF, Jammu Frontier, D K Upadhayaya had said yesterday.

Ahead of the press conference, had played a video to show the tunnel and route taken by the terrorist, who came from while crawling through the tunnel.

"We have given you the full details of the tunnel.There were various reports coming in the media about the tunnel and old profile pictures of some tunnels were shown which were totally different in shape and size," he had said.

Upadhayaya had said, "According to the pictures shown to you it is a rat hole tunnel and it is generally used one time, which opens up in a plain area.The area was ploughed two to three days ago. and farmers were keeping a watch over the area".

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