J&K: Pakistan's plot failed, second tunnel found on LOC within 10 days

A BSF official said that during an operation, BSF personnel unearthed a tunnel of about 150 meters long constructed from across the border. After finding the tunnel, other officials reached the spot.

23th January, 2021

The second consecutive tunnel on the International Border has been found within 10 days in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. BSF (Border Security Force) detected another underground tunnel, thwarting Pakistan's move. It is being told that the tunnel was constructed by the terrorists for the purpose of infiltration.

BSF detects tunnel in Pansar area of ​​Jammu. The tunnel is about 150 meters long and 30 feet deep. It is pertinent to mention here that BSF blew up a Pakistani hexacopter with weapons and ammunition in June 2020.

Earlier, on January 13, the Border Security Force (BSF) detected a 150-meter-long tunnel adjacent to the international border in Hiranagar sector in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. It has been constructed for the purpose of infiltration of terrorists. It is known that in the last six months, a fourth tunnel of this kind has been unearthed in Kathua and Samba districts.

A BSF official said that during an operation, BSF personnel unearthed a tunnel of about 150 meters long constructed from across the border. After finding the tunnel, other officials reached the spot.

The tunnel found earlier was told that on the other side is the Shekargarh area of ​​Pakistan, which is notorious for terrorists' bases. BSF officials said that all necessary steps have been taken to thwart Pakistani conspiracies.

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Reported by:
Amit Kumar Jha