6 rockets fired from Pakistan into Wagah area


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This happen second time as past some few months back same rockets has been fired by these pokistan....
Pak terrorists fire rockets at Punjab border villages
6 July 2009
AMRITSAR: Pakistan-based terrorists attacked two villages, Dhandae and Baherwal, in Attari block in Amritsar with rockets late on Saturday night, injuring one youth and spreading panic in the region. One of the three rockets fell within the Pakistani territory.​

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Indian villages along Punjab border came under attack from Pak

ATTARI: Six rockets were fired from Pakistan into Indian territory shortly past Friday midnight. Two rockets fell inside the Border Security Force's Kangarh border outpost (BOP).

Luckily, the rockets did not explode. The BOP is barely half a kilometre from the Indo-Pakistan border. In retaliation, the BSF opened machine gun and mortar fire targeting Pakistan’s KS Wala BOP area, from which the rockets had come. The location of the rest of the rockets fired from the Pakistani side could not be ascertained because of the thick fog that has enveloped these areas.

This is the third rocket attack within six months from Pakistan targeting Indian villages. The earlier rockets were fired into Indian villages in July and September.

Himmat Singh, the BSF's inspector general (frontier), told TOI that six rockets were fired from Pakistan between 12.10am and12.30am. He said the BSF had retaliated strongly and opened machine gun and mortar fire. Following the rocket attacks, the BSF held a meeting with the Pak Rangers commandant, Sher Jhang, and lodged a strong protest, Singh said, adding that no damage or injury was reported.

He said the Pak Rangers had not mentioned any casualty due to firing from the Indian side. He apprehended the hand of Pakistani terrorist groups behind the attack. However, he did not rule out the possibility of the involvement of the Pak Rangers.

Meanwhile, there is panic in the border villages. Manjit Kaur, a resident of Modhae village, said she had heard the blasts around midnight and came out of her house along with other family members. She said: “We thought Pakistan had attacked us as we heard three to four blasts in a short duration. Luckily, it wasn’t a war.” She said the Indian government must take measures to prevent such incidents and restore confidence.

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Maximum alert as 6 rockets fired from Pakistan into Wagah area

BSF foils infiltration bid along J&K border
9 January 2010​

JAMMU: Border Security Force (BSF) foiled an infiltration bid by militants from Pakistan early Saturday following an exchange of fire near Akhnoor along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir.
BSF sources said that a group of militants tried to sneak in from Pakistan across the border in Pargwal Sector, about 45 km north of Jammu, under the cover of fire from the Pakistani side.
The Indian side also retaliated. "They (infiltrators) ran back into Pakistani territory," a BSF source said.
"Militants were taking advantage of the thick fog conditions along the international border," the source added.
This is the second infiltration bid since the beginning of the new year on the international border. On Friday, militants had made an attempt to enter Indian territory in Balakote sector in Mendhar in Poonch district.​

BSF foils infiltration attempt along Indo-Pak border

JAMMU: In the fourth infiltration bid in a week, militants triggered a blast to cut into the border fencing but BSF troops foiled their attempt after a fierce gunbattle between the two sides in Akhnoor sector of Jammu district in the wee hours today.​

Taking advantage of the dense fog in the area, a group of militants triggered a blast near the border fencing in Alfa Machel border outpost in Akhnoor, 35 km from here, a senior BSF official said​

BSF troops of 122 battalion fired at the infiltrating militants and the subsequent gunbattle between the two sides continued for over an hour. The militants then fled back.​

As the fence has been cut, a major search operation has been launched in the area to find out whether any militant has managed to sneak in.​

This is the fourth infiltration attempt along the International Border and Line of Control (LoC) in a week.​

The first infiltration bid this year was foiled by BSF at Narianpur Border Out Post in Ramgarh sub-sector of Samba district on January 4.​

It was followed by another infiltration bid along Line of Control (LoC) in Balakote area of Poonch district on January 8.​

A patrolling party of BSF also foiled another infiltration bid after a brief firefight when militants after cutting the fence had come inside in the forward area of Garkhal in Pargwal belt of Akhnoor tehsil in Jammu district yesterday.​


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BSF nabs potential suicide bomber along border
By Yudhvir Rana, 14 January 2010

ATTARI: The Border Security Force (BSF) in Punjab on Thursday said they had apprehended a teenaged potential suicide bomber who was on a Arshad reconnaissance mission at the Attari international border to facilitate infiltration of a squad of seven suicide bombers, including three females.

BSF DIG Mohd Aquil said that two Kissan Guards of the BSF on Wednesday noticed the suspicious movement of a person inside Indian territory who was later found hiding beneath a bush. An Indian currency note of Rs 10 and a chemistry book was recovered from his possession.​

The DIG said they had still to ascertain which terrorist group Arshad belonged to. “He is young and hard to crack,” the DIG told reporters, adding that from the kind of language and specific words used by him, he could be from the Lashkar-e-Taiba or from Teherik-a-Taliban in Pakistan.​

Sustained interrogation of the arrested teenager identified as Nauman Arshad, 18, revealed he was dropped near the India-Pakistan international border by a Pakistan-based jihadi group to carry out a recce of the border area and to gather information on the movement of the BSF along the border fence to facilitate infiltration of the seven suicide bombers to carry out disruptive activities in India.

The DIG said that Arshad, a student of Comprehensive School in Gujjarpura, Lahore had undergone four-day training at a terrorist camp in Peshawar in June 2009. He was trained in the use of weapons and explosives and given information on suicide missions.

After the training the boy was sent back to Lahore but members from the terrorist group kept an eye on his movement and once again in October took him to Okara district of Pakistan for extensive training in terrorist camps. Incidentally, India’s most hated terrorist who was captured during the 26/11 terror attacks, Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, also was also trained in Okara.

The arrest of the Pakistani youth comes less than a week after rockets were fired into India from across the Punjab border for the third time in recent months, the earlier ones being fired in July and September last year.


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