Jammu & Kashmir: Underground tunnel busted alongside internation border in Kathua, second inside 10 days

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Jammu & Kashmir: BSF detects underground tunnel at IB in Kathua, second inside 10 days

The Border Safety Pressure (BSF) on Saturday detected one other underground tunnel in Kathua district throughout the previous 10 days. The underground tunnel was constructed by Pakistan on the Worldwide Border (IB) to facilitate the infiltration of terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir.

The key tunnel was detected throughout an anti-tunnelling operation within the border outpost Pansar space of Hiranagar sector.

That is the second underground tunnel detected by BSF personnel in Hiranagar sector throughout the previous 10 days, fourth previously six months alongside the IB in Samba and Kathua districts and 10th previously decade.

On January 13, a 150-metre-long tunnel was detected in Bobiyaan village in the identical sector.

A BSF officer stated the most recent tunnel is believed to be 150-metre-long originating from the Pakistan facet with a depth of about 30 toes and three toes diameter. The entire space has been cordoned off and additional particulars are awaited.

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