After Nagrota terror attack, BSF team entered Pakistan, say sources; know what happened

After Nagrota terror attack, BSF team entered Pakistan, say sources; know what happened

A Border Security Force (BSF) crew, probing the intrusion of 4 Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists killed throughout Nagrota assault in Jammu, had entered Pakistani territory, sources instructed Zee News on Tuesday.

As per the official sources, the BSF crew had gone 200 metres inside Pakistan to search out the mouth of a cross-border underground tunnel utilized by the terrorists to enter India. The BSF mans the International Border within the Jammu area.

Intelligence was conscious of this after terrorists spoke on the telephone that the tunnel has been used for infiltration and after this, the BSF jawans labored to search out this tunnel.

For this, the search get together entered 200-300 metres into the IB space of ​​Pakistan at night time and searched the tunnel. The entry level of this tunnel was within the space of ​​Pakistan, which was additionally a brief distance away from their military publish.

One finish of the tunnel opened in India and the opposite in Pakistan. This patrol get together returned to India via this tunnel, which revealed that the tunnel is about 20 meters deep and 150 meters lengthy. On the night time of November 18, the 4 Jaish terrorists had infiltrated via this tunnel.

As per information company PTI, after the 4 Jaish terrorists had been shot useless in an encounter on November 19, the BSF fashioned the crack crew to discover the doable route taken by them.

The crew adopted its construction to unearth the opening of the tunnel on the Indian facet and through the search operation, digital and geographical knowledge discovered on a cell system recovered from the terrorists was additionally used, reported PTI.

After detecting the mouth of the tunnel, the BSF crew discovered itself 200 metres contained in the Pakistani territory, PTI reported, including it entered via the tunnel and recorded the visuals inside it on the Pakistani facet as a part of accumulating proof earlier than they returned to the Indian facet. The operation was “swift and intelligence-based action”, PTI additionally stated.

The 4 Kashmir-bound Pakistani terrorists had been killed within the encounter after the truck, wherein they had been travelling, was stopped for checking at Ban toll plaza on the freeway.

The BSF, in an official assertion, had stated its personnel and people from the Jammu and Kashmir Police “detected a tunnel originating within Pakistan side of the International Border and exiting on the Indian side in the area of border post-Regal in Jammu’s Samba district”, added PTI. “It was about 160 m from the IB, 70 m from the border fence and at a depth of 25 m,” added PTI quoting officers.

Based on leads obtained after the encounter, the BSF had stated, it was learnt that these terrorists “were picked up by a truck from Jatwal village in Samba on the national highway”. The exit on the Indian facet was in thick bushes rigorously hid and meticulously lined with soil and wild development. “The mouth of the tunnel was strengthened and reinforced by sandbags with markings of Karachi, Pakistan,” the border pressure that guards the entrance had instructed PTI.

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It was a freshly dug tunnel and seems for use for the primary time. It seems that correct engineering effort had gone in digging the tunnel which exhibits the hand of the institution, the pressure had stated. The nearest Pakistan posts are Chak Bhura, Rajab Sahid and Asif Sahid. “The detection of the tunnel resulted due to the well-coordinated operation among the BSF, JK police and intelligence agencies,” it had stated. 

with inputs from information company PTI

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