BSF) on Saturday detected a
tunnel constructed by Pakistan
in Jammu and Kashmir’s
Kathua district to facilitate the infiltration of terrorists, a spokesperson of the border guarding power stated.
This is the
second such construction discovered
tunnel was detected throughout an anti-tunnelling operation
in the border outpost (BOP) Pansar space of Hiranagar sector, reverse Abhiyal-Dogra and Kingre-de-Kothe
in Shakargarh, the spokesperson stated.
This is the
tunnel detected by
in Hiranagar sector throughout the previous
in the previous six months alongside the International Border (
in Samba and
Kathua districts and tenth
in the previous decade.
On January 13, a 150-metre-long
tunnel was detected
in Bobiyaan village
in the identical sector.
The spokesperson stated the most recent
tunnel was unearthed on a particular intelligence enter
in the early hours of the day throughout the anti-tunnelling drive.
tunnel is about 150 metres lengthy and 30 ft deep with about three ft diameter,” he stated, including that the
BSF had shot down a Pakistani Hexacopter carrying a great deal of weapons and ammunition
in June 2020
in the identical space moreover foiling an infiltration bid by terrorists
in November 2019.