JAMMU: Chamu and the Kashmir police chief said that Pakistan is using cross-border underground tunnels to push terrorists into India and use drones to throw weapons at them. However, police chief Dilbag Singh (Dilbag Singh) stated that the reverse osmosis network is active and anti-patrol operations are underway to undermine the “evil design”.
After inspecting the recently discovered 170-meter tunnel in Galar village along the IB, Singh told reporters in Simba: “Digging a hole under the IB is part of Pakistan’s evil design to facilitate the infiltration of terrorists into this area. Strengthen terrorism.”.
The BSF team found a tunnel from Pakistan with a depth of 20-25 feet near the border fence on August 28.
DGP said: “I saw this huge tunnel, almost similar to the tunnel discovered in Chanyari in 2013-14. After encountering Nagrota, we received specific input that we were looking for infiltrating through the tunnel. ,” DGP said.
Three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists were killed in an encounter in Nagrota in January this year.
He said: “The investigation is still ongoing, but ground indicators indicate that Pakistan has used the tunnel in the past to push infiltrators.” But he does not rule out the possibility of adding such tunnels.
He said that BSF and police officers are looking for other tunnels in the area.
Regarding the recent news that advanced weapons including the M-16 rifle were recovered from a truck near Gazgud bound for Kashmir, he said that the investigation is ongoing and it is believed that these weapons were used in the Samba area using drones. Airdropped.
Officials said that two ground workers from JeM who were transporting weapons by truck had found a location in Samba, where they had taken the terrorist cargo destined for southern Kashmir.
When asked about possible terrorist groundworkers in Jam, Singh said that the area has always been Pakistan’s radar. Over the years, suicide attacks on military installations in Jam, Samba and Katuya have been very serious. obvious.
He said: “We have fully deployed and taken all necessary precautions to undermine Pakistan’s design at the border and inland.”
Officials said that during his visit, the Democratic Party reviewed the overall security situation in the area, especially the security situation along the IB, and also heard briefings from senior police and British security forces officials.