- The BSF has recovered a Pakistani boat from the Sutlej river on the Indo-Pakistan border in Punjab’s Ferozepur district. This green boat was empty. BSF is thoroughly investigating the whole matter. Please tell that drug smugglers are very active in this area. They also have links with Pakistani smugglers. BSF has also recovered large consignments of drugs from these smugglers several times.
BSF (Border Security Force) has recovered a Pakistani boat from Kasur Nala (Satluj River) entering India near BOP Sammeke. BSF’s Battalion-136 has started the investigation by taking possession of the boat. Let us tell that even before this, Pakistani boats have been recovered from the river, but intelligence agencies and BSF have not been able to trace who are the people on the boat which enter the Indian border through the river.
According to intelligence sources, BSF personnel patrolling at 3 am on Thursday saw a Pakistani boat in the river. The soldiers took possession of the boat and informed the senior officers. The boat was green in which nothing has been recovered. It is known that the Sutlej river enters India from Pakistan near BOP Samme of BSF, which is called Pakistani Pak Kasur Nala.
From here BSF has caught many consignments of heroin because Pakistani smugglers keep heroin in water hyacinth and send it to India via the river. Not only this, Pakistani boats have come to India many times through this route. Till date, neither the intelligence agencies nor the BSF has been able to find out who comes on this boat.
Police and BSF have caught many smugglers from Gatti Rajoke, Tindi Wala, and Nihala Kilcha villages adjacent to the border. He has deep links with Pakistani smugglers. Once a Pakistani boat was found on the banks of the Sutlej river passing through the village Tindi Wala, from which some people had landed. Footprints were found in this regard. Similarly, once a Pakistani boat was recovered from village Alike near Hussainiwala headworks.