BSF soldier killed as India, Pak exchange fire along IB in Jammu

BSF soldier killed as India, Pak exchange fire along IB in Jammu

India too has been looking to use hi-tech surveillance equipment to ensure Pakistani forces are unable to provide mortar-fire cover to terrorists attempting to sneak into India. However, Pakistani Rangers immediately started firing on them in a bid to provide cover to the militants.

Sharma said Pakistan is their hostile neighbour which always is in a process to infiltrate terrorists into this side.

According to a senior police official, at least five to six terrorists have managed to sneak from across the global border in Samba sector. We are trying to locate the tunnel. "I am sure they will be detected and neutralised", the BSF chief added.

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On Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the valley, including Jammu, on May 19, he said, "Such a kind of incident before the PM's visit is a serious matter but security agencies and J&K police are fully aware of it and requisite steps have been taken".

"The BSF always gives a befitting reply to Pakistan". This time it is not going to be an exception. "Pakistan is trying hard to push them into Indian side", he said. I am hopeful that it will be in place either by this month end or in the first or second week of next month and it will be inaugurated by the Union home minister, Sharma said.

The revelation has come on the day when BSF foiled another Pakistan-abetted infiltration bid on the IB in Manguchack area in the Hiranagar sector of Jammu.

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