The Border Security Force ( BSF) has nabbed a Pakistani intruder while sneaking into the Indian territory in the Ferozepur sector, second such case in the past four days.
Reports said jawans of the BSF’s137 battalion noticed that a man was trying to intrude into the Indian side in the area falling under the Ghatti Hyat border outpost in the Ferozepur sector on Thursday evening.
“He has been identified as Tanveer Ahmed (40), a resident of Kasur district located across the Indo-Pak border. After preliminary probe, the BSF handed him over to local police. Further probe is going on,” ,” said an official.
On Tuesday (February 23), another Pakistani national Sarvar Baig (48) of Bodian village in Kasur district of Pakistan was apprehended by the BSF near the Dona Telu Mal border outpost. Baig is an ex-serviceman from the Pakistan army. Even though nothing objectionable was recovered from him security agencies were trying to ascertain his motive of intruding into the Indian side.
On January 16, Arshad Ali (25) from Pakistani was nabbed by the BSF in the Dona Telu Mal border outpost. On December 29, another Pakistani Hussain Shah (24) was nabbed by the BSF from the same sector.