Ahead of Modi's visit, BSF chief confirms 5 militants sneaked into Kashmir

BSF jawan killed in Pak ceasefire violation in LoC

BSF Personnel Martyred in Ceasefire Violation Along International Border in Jammu

The infiltration bid and firing by Pakistan Rangers has also come close to the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Jammu on 19 May when he is likely to visit the agriculture university just near the border. He said a bigger infiltration bid aided by the Pakistani rangers was, however, foiled by the BSF on the worldwide border (IB) on Tuesday.

Constable Devendra Singh of village Lakhanpur, Sikandera, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, deployed at Manguchak border in Samba got martyred in Pak firing. A senior BSF official said constable Singh was admitted to Military Hospital for bullet injuries but could not survive. "We will track and neutralise them soon", said KK Sharma, Director General (DG) of BSF.

Sharma said the presence of a group, comprising five members, was confirmed by high sensitive thermal imaging.

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India too has been looking to use hi-tech surveillance equipment to ensure Pakistani forces are unable to provide mortar-fire cover to terrorists attempting to sneak into India. We are trying to locate the tunnel.

Army also pressed helicopters into service during the search operation which entered the second day on Tuesday, the official said.

The BSF soldier's death took the number of persons killed in over 700 incidents of Pakistani shelling along the IB and Line of Control (LoC) in the state to 33. The deceased included 17 security personnel. However, ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the LoC has increased drastically.

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