Why was the tunnel search operation conducted before PM Modi’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir? Know – India TV Hindi.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Jammu and Kashmir on February 20.

Samba/Gym: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Jammu and Kashmir on February 20 and preparations have already begun. According to the information given by the authorities, security has been tightened in Jammu and Kashmir and all necessary arrangements are being made. The Border Security Force (BSF) and the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday jointly launched an operation to search for possible cross-border tunnels along the international border in Samba district. Security forces did not find anything suspicious during the operation which lasted for 2 hours.

Several border tunnels have been exposed.

Security forces along the international border with Pakistan in Samba, Kathua and Jammu districts have uncovered about a dozen cross-border tunnels in the past decades, which are used to smuggle terrorists, weapons and drugs across the border. was done for The police had recently announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh for anyone who helps trace such tunnels used by ‘anti-national elements’.

Anti-tunnel operation was carried out for 2 hours.

PM Modi is visiting Jammu on February 20 to inaugurate and lay foundation stones of 209 projects worth Rs 3,161 crore. He will also address a public meeting at Maulana Azad Stadium in Jammu. Ahead of Modi’s visit, BSF and police jointly conducted an anti-tunnel operation for 2 hours in Ramgarh sector of Samba district under tight security, officials said. He said that the operation started at around 9.45 in the morning, but the security forces did not find anything suspicious during the joint operation.

Traffickers also send drugs via drones.

Let us tell you that smugglers sometimes use drones in an attempt to send drugs etc. across the LoC. In this regard, on Friday, troops engaged in guarding the LoC at two different locations in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district fired to shoot down a Pakistani drone. Giving information about this, the officials said that after the drones were seen flying in the Indian areas of Balnoi Mendhar and Gulpur, the army opened fire, after which they returned to the Pakistani border. It was later investigated whether the drones had dropped drugs in the area. (language)

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