BSF foils infiltration bid in Gurdaspur, launches search operation

Photo related to search operation at Punjab's Gurdaspur by Indian security forces.

Gurdaspur (Punjab): The Border Security Forces (BSF) today morning conducted search operation at the border belt in north Punjab’s Gurudaspur district after getting inputs of unsuccessful infiltration bid made by some unidentified persons along the international border near Pakistan.

According to Punjab police sources, the search operation was conducted by the BSF officials in the village after inputs about the movement of some suspected persons in the area at Chakri border out post (BoP) about 30 km from here.

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Firing was reported by the 8-10 persons at around 2 am on BSF troopers after which they gave reply of the firing bid.

The BSF official said, “They fired at the BSF post. Our troopers immediately retaliated the firing. The intruders retreated back to Pakistan. A search operation was launched in the border area today morning.”

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Tension has been grown more between India and Pakistan following the recent terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army across the Line of Control (LoC) to destroy terror launch pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

 

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