Two Pakistani Nationals Apprehended by BSF in J&K

The troops of BSF have arrested two Pakistani nationals along the International Border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir.

“The BSF men guarding border, on the intervening night, apprehended two Pakistani nationals in Chak Faqira area of Samba,” official sources here said as per ANI.

They identified the nabbed Pakistan nationals as Sohail (31), son of Mohammad Sharif, resident of Chamana Kalan, Tehsil Zafferwal, District Narwal (Sialkot), Pakistan and Ahmed (22) son of Allah Rakha, resident of Chamana Kalan, Tehsil Zafarwal, District Narwal (Sialkot), Pakistan.

Stone pelting and grenade attacks on Indian security personnel have also increased in recent weeks. In Batpora, Shopian, more than a dozen people, including civilians were reportedly injured after a grenade attack by terrorists. CRPF vehicles were being targeted by stone pelting jihadis. There also have been numerous attacks on camps of Rashtriya Rifles.

There were intelligence reports of a massive gathering of about 450 terrorists belonging to Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, all trained and aided by ISI and BAT of the Pakistani army, in and around suspected terror launch pads across the PoK side of the line of control. Reports claimed that these terrorists were waiting to infiltrate and launch attacks during the Amarnath yatra.