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Major infiltration bid foiled by BSF along Indo-Pak border

India Blooms News Service | 24 Jan 2015, 05:27 am
Jammu, Jan 23 (IBNS) The Border Security Force (BSF) has foiled a major infiltration bid along Indo-Pak border at Samba on Thursday night, officials said on Friday.

"The BSF troops have observed movement of a group of militants trying to infiltrate into the Indian Territory, the alert troops of BSF thwarted their infiltration attempt which was sixth during this month in this sector," the Indian government said in a statement.

The militants escaped back to Pakistan from where they had been launched.

"The alertness of BSF troops has thwarted the militants plot to enter into Indian Territory and carry out terror attacks on the eve of Republic Day," read the statement.

BSF Troops are maintaining high alert along the International Border of Indo-Pak border to foil the infiltration into the Indian Territory by the militants.
 

Major infiltration bid foiled by BSF along Indo-Pak border

India Blooms News Service
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