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Pakistan’s Evil Eye on the Amarnath Yatra BSF found a 150-meter tunnel on the Line of Control


Indian soldiers stationed on the border were constantly squashing the outrageous behaviors of Pakistan. Yesterday also Banque Saudi Fransi achieved great success. According to BSF Jammu Frontier IG DK Bura, the British Army has discovered an underground cross-border tunnel near the international border in the Samba region, which is suspected to have been used by suicide bombers from the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist group.

On May 4, around 5:30 p.m., the soldiers on patrol had this success. During the search, bags of green sand were found from his body. They were used to close the tunnel.

“Congratulations on the success. The tunnel is 150 meters long. 100 meters from the border to the fence and 50 meters further. We have successfully thwarted the continuous efforts across the border. Considering the upcoming Amarnath Yatra, this was a huge success,” Pura was quoted by ANI news agency as saying. .

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“It looks like a freshly dug tunnel,” he said. The search is still running. About 11 tunnels have been found on this border since 2012. The sandbags are the same as before. What is new is that no trace of it has been found. The name Karachi is written on most of them.

The two suicide bombers were killed by security forces after they attacked a Central Security Forces bus in Jammu’s Songwan district on April 22. The cross-border tunnel was revealed two weeks after the aforementioned incident. This is the first such structure that BSF has discovered under international borders in the past 16 months, bringing the number of such tunnels discovered in the past decade to 11. Last year, the force discovered two tunnels in the Hiranagar sector of Kathua region in January.

“Today, BSF Jammu Frontier forces have discovered a tunnel near the Samba international border area, thwarting Pakistan’s nefarious plots,” BSF Jammu Frontier Forces Official Tweeted.

“A recently dug tunnel was discovered in front of Pakistan’s Chaman Khord (Viyas) site, 150 meters from the international border and 50 meters from the border fence,” said an official, who asked not to be identified. It is 900 meters from the Indian side. .

He said its beginning is about 300 meters from the Chak Vakira border crossing and 700 meters from the last Indian village. Bahraini security forces launched a large-scale operation to detect any tunnels along the International Border (IB) after the standoff on April 22 in Songwan district of Jammu.

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