Pakistan uses underground tunnels to push terrorists, drones to drop weapons: J&K DGP | Terrorist conspiracy: Pakistan sends terrorists to India through tunnels, drones drop weapons

Jammu: Pakistan uses cross-border underground tunnels to carry out terrorist activities in India. Police in Jammu and Kashmir exposed this Pakistan conspiracy. Police Director General Dilbag Singh said Pakistan is using the tunnel built across the border to send terrorists to India, and weapons are being delivered to these terrorists via drones.

Singh also clarified that the anti-infiltration network was active and that an anti-tunnel operation was underway to thwart the nefarious conceptions of Pakistan. Speaking to reporters after inspecting the recently discovered 170-meter-long tunnel in Golar village in Samba district, he said Pakistan wanted to increase terrorist activity in India by digging the tunnel at the international border, but we are trying to thwart his intentions. Are all ready.

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Tunnel 20 to 25 feet deep
This 20 to 25 foot deep tunnel from Pakistan was detected by BSF on August 28. The DGP said this tunnel is similar to the tunnel found at Chanari in 2013-14. After the Nagrota encounter, we received information that the tunnel had been infiltrated and was being searched. Significantly, in January of this year, three terrorists from Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) were killed during an encounter in Nagrota.

Joint operation in progress
Singh said we are investigating, but early indications suggest this tunnel was used by Pakistan to send terrorists to India earlier. He also said that the possibility of new tunnels of this type could not be excluded. BSF and police personnel are campaigning to find any tunnels.

Drop weapons
On several modern weapons, including an M-16 rifle seized from a Kashmiri truck near Qazigund, he said investigations were underway and it appears the weapons were dropped using drones in the Samba sector. He said the Jaish terrorists carrying weapons in the truck identified the location from where they had taken the load to reach the militants active in South Kashmir.

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