Pakistan Forces Wore ‘thermal Suits’ To Avoid Detection, Kill BSF Man On IB?


Pakistan forces may have adopted a new strategy to attack Indian forces going by the security agencies’ report. According to the security agencies, Pakistani personnel wore ‘thermal camouflage suits’ to avoid detection by Indian night vision devices and killed a BSF jawan along the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir.

Twenty-eight year old Constable Sitaram Yadav of the 192nd battalion of the Border Security Force (BSF) was shot with a precise close-range aim by either a militant or Special Service Group (SSG) trooper from the Pakistani side at about 1:30 am on May 18, the agencies told PTI. The battalion mans a forward post along the IB in the RS Pora region.

The “disturbing” first-time instance has rattled the top commanders responsible for ensuring security at the Indo-Pak IB and the un-fenced Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, official sources told PTI quoting an electronic surveillance report. Read More…

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