Western military commander Lt Gen RP Singh reviewed safety alongside the 198km lengthy Indo-Pak worldwide border in Jammu area.
“The western military commander visited Tiger Division on Friday and Saturday. The military commander was briefed by Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi, Corps Commander Rising Star Corps and Maj Gen Vijay B Nair, GOC Tiger Division on the operational state of affairs and safety situation in Jammu Sector,” stated defence spokesman Lt Col Devender Anand.
The military commander interacted with troops deployed in ahead areas and complimented them for sustaining a excessive diploma of operational preparedness, added Col Anand.
Of late there was a spike in incidents of Pakistani drones getting into Indian territory throughout the border to drop arms, ammunition, medicine and cash to gasoline terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan has additionally been digging trans-border tunnels alongside the worldwide border for terrorists to cross over undetected. Utilizing one such tunnel, found not too long ago, 4 Jaish terrorists had entered Jammu earlier than they had been killed in a swift operation at Ban toll plaza close to Nagrota on November 19.
The 4 terrorists had entered from a 160 meter lengthy trans-border tunnel close to the Regal put up of the Border Safety Pressure (BSF). It originated from Chak Bhura put up of Pak Rangers in Shakargarh space in Pak Occupied Kashmir.
On the 744 km lengthy Line of Management (LoC), south of Pir Panjal, Pakistani Military has been often opening heavy fireplace and resorting to intense mortar shelling focusing on hapless civilians in Rajouri and Poonch districts.