Indian Army foils major infiltration bid along Indo-Pak border

North Gazette News/New Delhi
In a major development ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit to India on January 25, Indian Army has reportedly foiled a major infiltration bid along Indo-Pak border at Samba sector in Jammu & Kashmir on Thursday night.

Indian Home Ministry official said that BSF troops foiled the infiltration bid after movement of a group of militants was observed in Samba sector who were trying to sneak into the Indian territory.

“The alert BSF troops foiled the infiltration bid of militants which was sixth during this month in this sector,” the official said.

He said that the militants escaped back to Pakistan side from where they had been trying to enter into Indian side. “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,” he said.

He added that 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.