- Two days ago, the security forces had foiled an attempt by three Pakistani smugglers to enter the India border in Ferozepur. During this, a smuggler was shot. Whereas, one of the smugglers managed to escape to Pakistan.
Pakistan is not deterring from its nefarious antics. In Punjab, at around 4 am on Saturday morning, two drones from the Pakistan border were shown in the Khalda sector. On this, the Border Security Force and Punjab Police fired about 50. After which both the drones returned to Pakistan. At present, the Border-Security Force and Punjab Police have not issued any official statement regarding this.
According to sources, every movement from the sky was being closely monitored by the Border Security Force and the Punjab Police through a state-of-the-art plant in the Khalda sector under District Tarn Taran. At four o’clock on Saturday morning, two drones were seen from the Pakistani side on the border of India. BSF and police fired on this, after which the drone went back to Pakistan. After this, BSF and Punjab Police conducted a search operation on the spot.
Heroin was found from the border in Ferozepur on Wednesday night
A Pakistani smuggler was injured and two smugglers managed to escape on Wednesday night in BSF firing near the BSF post adjacent to the Hussainiwala border in Punjab. BSF has also recovered two heroin packets from the spot.
There was some movement on the Pakistan side of the fencing at night near BSF outpost Satpal, adjacent to the Indo-Pak Hussainiwala border in Firozpur. After this, the BSF jawans opened fire. One Pakistani smuggler was injured by a BSF bullet while two smugglers managed to escape. The BSF has taken the injured smuggler into custody and admitted him to the civil hospital. At the same time, two packets of heroin have been recovered from there during the search operation.
The terrorist was caught with two hand grenades
Earlier on Monday, Punjab Police arrested Sarup Singh, a resident of Johal Dhaliwala village in Tarn Taran district. Director-General of Police (DGP) Dinkar Gupta said that two Chinese-made hand grenades (P-86 mark hand grenade) were found from the accused. According to the Punjab Police, with the arrest, they have foiled a possible terror attack in the state.