Three days after four Jaish-e-Mohammed psychological militants were gunned down in J&K's Nagrota, security powers have discovered a 150-meter long passage on the International Border (IB) territory of District Samba through which the fear based oppressors had probably penetrated. The passage was found during a pursuit activity in the region.
An extraordinary group was shaped to direct an itemized search.
J&K Director-General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh revealed to India Today, "An enemy of burrowing drive was completed after Friday's Nagrota experience by 48 Battalion BSF. A 150 meter burrow, 15-20 feet underneath the ground was found in Ganghith in the Samba area.
The passage was found during a hunt activity in the region."
Moreover, SOG and neighborhood police Samba likewise did a top to bottom inquiry activity in the territory.
The passage was painstakingly disguised and carefully covered with soil and wild development. The mouth of the passage is fortified and strengthened by the barricades with markings of Karachi, Pakistan on them. It is a newly burrowed passage and gives off an impression of being utilized unexpectedly. The closest Pakistan BOPs are Chak Bhura, Rajab Sahid and Asif Sahid.
"Police shared some imperative information sources found from the experience scene with the BSF which after rushed endeavors, figured out how to discover the passage," the Director-General of Police (DGP) said.
The recognition of the passage came about because of the all around facilitated activity between the BSF, J&K police and Intelligence offices