The Border Security Force on Friday apprehended six Pakistani youths from an area along the Indo-Pakistan international border in Punjab. Official sources gave this information. He said that all those arrested are between 20 and 21 years of age. They were caught from the border area of Amritsar around 5 pm.
Sources said the six youths are currently being interrogated by a joint team of security and intelligence agencies to ascertain whether they inadvertently reached the border or had any ulterior motive.
BSF Inspector General informed Sinho about the security situation on the international border
At the same time, BSF Inspector General NS Jamwal met Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Governor Manoj Sinha on Thursday and apprised him of the security situation on the international border.
He briefed the Lieutenant Governor about the threats along the border with Pakistan, the steps being taken by the BSF to meet the challenges, and the border security grid.
Officials said various issues related to border areas and the development of Suchetgarh and Chamiliyal as tourist areas were also discussed. He said that Jamwal also talked about having road connectivity to BSF outposts and areas along the international border for the benefit of the people.
The official said that he also invited Sinha to travel to the border areas for talks with local people and BSF personnel.