BSF detects 'Pakistan-dug' tunnel in J-K's Kathua

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Published on January 23, 2021 - Duration: 02:42s

BSF detects 'Pakistan-dug' tunnel in J-K's Kathua

A tunnel was detected by Border Security Force (BSF) in Pansar area along International Border in Kathua, Jammu Kashmir.

The security forces detected the tunnel under anti-tunneling campaign.

According to Inspector General of Border Security Force (BSF), Jammu NS Jamwal, "We had received inputs from intelligence agencies for a while that there was the possible existence of a tunnel in the Pansar area.

Our unit detected this under anti-tunneling campaign." "Pakistan dug this tunnel from the zero-line.

The tunnel is almost 140-150 metres long on the Indian side, as we have assessed till now.

The tunnel is 2-3 feet wide in diameter."


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