High alert sounded along IB
Agencies, Jammu/ New Delhi, Pakistani soldiers threw the throats of a troop of Border Security Force (BSF) on the international border near Jammu. This incident can increase the tension between the two countries.
The incident happened in the Ramgarh sector on Tuesday. After the incident, the security forces issued “high alert” on the entire international border and on the LoC. Border Security Force has raised this issue strictly to its counterpart Pakistan Rangers.
Head of Constable Narendra Kumar has also received three rounds of marks in his body, the News Agency said on the official source. Kumar’s body was found after six hours after India Pak fence because the Pakistani side “did not react” on the call to ensure monorail over the border and ensure that there was no firing on BSF investigating parties.
He told that the Pakistani Rangers were asked to join the joint patrol to find the missing soldiers. But after the Pak Rangers came to a place and did not get involved in the coordinated action, they made excuses to get water in the area.
Then the BSF waited for the sunset and launched a “risky campaign” to bring the body of the soldier to the post.
Officials of the force said that the incident of brutality with the jawan on the International Border is probably the first and the Directorate General of Foreign Affairs and the Border Operations (DGMO) has taken it “very seriously”. He said that it is understood that this issue will be raised in front of Pakistani counterparts.
Officials said that the patrol team of the BSF had to go ahead of the fence to cut the long grass of the country, which took place on Tuesday morning. The group was shot at around 40 minutes for the first time at around 40 minutes.
He told that the BSF jawan was declared the first missing. Throughout the day, the Indian side continued to call on the other side of the border and to exchange dialogue to find out the body of his body.
Officials in the security establishment said the incident, probably a first at the IB, was taken “very seriously” by the government and the Ministry of External Affairs and the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) were also expected to take up the issue with their Pakistani counterparts.