Jammu Director General of Border private security force (BSF) Devender Kumar Pathak these days reviewed the protection scenario on the Indo-Pak border in Jammu region together with the anti-infiltration measures place in situ on the bottom. “DG BSF visited forward areas on International Border (IB) and Line of management (LoC) in Jammu region and reviewed the protection scenario similarly as anti-infiltration measures place in situ on the bottom,” a senior BSF officer aforesaid here.
Pathak, UN agency took over because the metric weight unit BSF on Apr eight, has been on a three-day familiarization trip to Jammu frontier since weekday. He visited Paharpur and Bobiya in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district and Pansar in Samba district on Fri and LoC areas in Rajouri district these days.
The metric weight unit additionally visited Tarnah Nallah belt in Samba sector and was showcased BSF’s anti-infiltration live – Integrated police investigation and Communication System (ISCS) – to plug the gaps on unenclosed nullahs seeable to visualize movement of the militants, BSF officers aforesaid.
The DGP, UN agency was briefed by officers on Border Out Posts on IB concerning operational state of the BSF, affected upon them to take care of alertness and vigilance uninterrupted. Meanwhile, Bachelor of Science F officers claimed to own detected a little of a caved-in tunnel in Samba district, close to the International Border, that is that the latest alignment purpose of the 400-meter long cross-border tunnel that was found in July 2 years past.