BSF detects tunnel on Indo-Pak border in J-K’s Samba

Dinesh Manhotra
Tribune News Service
Jammu, August 29

The Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday has reportedly detected a tunnel close to the India-Pakistan International Border (IB) in Samba district of Jammu province.

Reports stated that the tunnel has been detected in Bangalad space of Samba district.

Senior officers of the Border Security Force (BSF) have reached the spot and supervise the search operation.

Although there isn’t a official assertion, the tunnel, about 50 metres from the border fence on the Indian facet, was detected by a patrol within the Samba sector of Jammu.

Sources stated the tunnel has a depth of about 25 toes on the opening and the border pressure has launched a search operation alongside the IB in your complete border belt of Samba, Kathua and Jammu district.

For the previous few years, Pakistan has been adopting the tunnel technique to push terrorists into Jammu.

Since 2012 BSF has detected as many as seven such tunnels on the IB.

Today’s is the seven such tunnels discovered on the border since July 2012, exposing Pakistan’s sinister recreation plan of making an attempt to push ultras into J&Okay for staging terror assaults.

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