A BSF jawan, who went blank from a brazen area along a Indo-Pak limit in Jammu’s RS Pora zone early on Tuesday, was found dead.
According to officials, a conduct deputy arrange jawan is suspected to have been strike by a deadly sniper shot from opposite a limit when infantry were clearing a high ‘sarkanda’ weed forward of their limit post.
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The physique of a conduct deputy arrange jawan was recovered by a Border Security Force (BSF) hunt celebration “late evening” after over 6 hours as infantry waited for sunset, and to “sanitise a physique for probable butt traps” that might have been planted by a enemy, they said.
“A BSF celebration that was on mastery patrolling forward of a blockade was dismissed upon. BSF infantry immediately took position and retaliated though a rivalry bullets strike a jawan. The area on Pak side has a protecting bundh tighten to IB,” a force pronounced in a statement.
It combined that a Indian side area is undulated, marshy and has thick ‘sarkanda’ expansion that done evident plcae of a felled jawan difficult.
“The physique of a jawan was found by a hunt party. It is suspected that he was shot with a accurate aim by a Pakistani side when they were clearing a area nearby a fence,” a comparison central said.
(With inputs from PTI)
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