150 m long tunnel found on India-Pakistan border

A tunnel has been found by security forces under the international border in Jammu’s Samba sector on Sunday. Director general of Police (DGP) of Jammu Police that it was used to send extremists in India who were killed in Nagrota on Thursday.

The BSF was also with the police in this operation. According to the BSF, this tunnel is 150 meters long and three feet wide.

Jammu Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh said, “We were eager to know the way Jaish terrorists entered India. We put together all the information including technical details. They all pointed to their favorite Samba sector. After much effort, the police and the Border Security Force (BSF) together found the tunnel only 76 hours after the encounter. It starts from the Chakbura post in Pakistan. “

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DGP Dilbag Singh also said that only four intruders who came to India on the night of November 18 used it.

He said, “Everything we got (from the killed militants), phones, shoes, medicines were all made in Pakistan. Even the sand bags made to cover the tunnel were also manufactured in Pakistan.” So there is no scope for Pakistan to lie in this matter. “

He said that the group of four slain militants were carrying huge quantity of arms and explosives and that there may be some of their sleeping cells active as well.

“The plans of our neighbour to disrupt the peace stand exposed. Earlier, also a similar tunnel was exposed by the security forces that was later closed,” the DGP said.

He said that launch pads across the LoC are full and “our neighbour was using new tricks to push in militants of JeM and Lashkar-e-Toiba into this side and also recruit new youth.

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  • Wahid Bhat

    Wahid Bhat is an environmental journalist with a passion for covering climate change and environmental issues. He holds a degree in English Journalism (EJ) from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication and has received Media Fellow for NFI India (National Foundation for India) and Thomson Reuters Foundation. Wahid's reporting has been published in a range of respected outlets including Earth Journalism, Global Village Space, The Quint, Youth Ki Awaaz, and Devdiscourse Wahidb@groundreport.in

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