'Whatever method Pakistan uses, Army and BSF capable of foiling it. They have full liberty by government,' minister of state for home Jitendra Singh said. (Representative image) Photograph:( Reuters )
The Border Security Force has unearthed a tunnel in Jammu and Kashmir's Arnia sector.
The BSF says the tunnel would have been used to infiltrate militants into India.
Noticed suspicious movement, surveyed area & found 13-14 ft long tunnel (in Arnia),but its end wasn't open: Ram Awtar IG BSF, Jammu Frontier pic.twitter.com/heZF5LaUYX— ANI (@ANI) September 30, 2017
Ram Awtar, IG BSF, Jammu Frontier, said they found the tunnel which was about 13-14 feet long after noticing suspicious movement.
But, he added, one end of the tunnel was not "open".
#FLASH Pakistan's nefarious design to infiltrate terrorists through a tunnel in J&K's Arnia Sector foiled: Border Security Force— ANI (@ANI) September 30, 2017
Whatever method Pak uses, Army&BSF capable of foiling it. They've full liberty by govt: Jitendra Singh, MoS Home on tunnel unearthed in J&K pic.twitter.com/CY7alAFUkO— ANI (@ANI) September 30, 2017
ANI reported minister of state for home Jitendra Singh as saying, "Whatever method Pakistan uses, Army and BSF capable of foiling it."
"They have full liberty by government," he added.