Border Security Force Foils Intrusion Bid, Shoots Pak Intruder Dead

The Border Security Force (BSF) shot dead a Pakistani intruder near its Channa border outpost in Gurdaspur sector. The BSF officials claimed that the intruder didn’t possess any weapon, narcotics or a mobile phone. They added that he could have been a part of group of Pakistani militants preparing for an intrusion bid into Punjab.

“During preliminary investigations, it was found that the unidentified intruder was uncircumcised and had number 786 tattooed on his hand that had confused our force,” BSF deputy inspector general (DIG) (Gurdaspur sector) Rajesh Sharma told TOI on Thursday.

He added that neither the intruder had any weapon on him nor any narcotics was recovered from the area that made them believe that the deceased could have been part of a group preparing to intrude into the Indian territory. The BSF officials also recovered some Indian currency and a head phone after searching his clothes. Read More

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