BSF foils infiltration bid along global border in Samba

BSF foils infiltration bid along global border in Samba

"Pakistan Rangers started unprovoked firing and targeted forward border outposts during wee hours along the global border in Samba", the official spokesman said, adding that Indian forces "retaliated strongly and effectively".

Jammu: A Border Security Force soldier was killed in cross border firing between Indian and Pakistani army along the International Border (IB) in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir, reports said on Tuesday.

"There is a possibility that a group of terrorists may have infiltrated through a tunnel a few days ago".

"Alert troops noticed some suspicious movement on the IB".

Terming the infiltration attempts ahead of the PM visit a "serious incident", Sharma said they (security forces) need to remain extra vigilant.

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BSF troops fired few illumination rounds as area close to global boundary has thick foliage and hinders observation. A senior BSF official said constable Singh was admitted to Military Hospital for bullet injuries but could not survive.

The spokesman said the deceased jawan was identified as constable Devendra Singh, 28, who was grievously injured during the 3-hour long firing.

Referring to the latest incidents along the global border, Sharma said a group of five infiltrators may have sneaked in, while another attempt was scuttled.

Pakistan has repeatedly violated ceasefire agreement with India, with more than 650 such incidents this year alone - till April.

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