BSF warns Pak to behave in Kashmir valley

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[India], Oct four (ANI Border Safety Drive (BSF) Director Common (DG) Ok. Ok. Sharma on Wednesday issued a veiled warning to Pakistan to cease its acts of aggression within the Kashmir Valley.

“So long as our ‘pleasant neighbour’ doesn’t behave, I feel we are going to count on to have many extra assaults,” Sharma instructed media right here after taking part within the wreath laying ceremony for BSF officer B. Ok. Yadav who was martyred in Tuesday’s assault on a BSF camp close to Srinagar airport.

Sharma mentioned, “We expect the terrorists had been concentrating on arms and ammunition saved on the BSF camp,” he mentioned.

Praising BSF personnel for averting a tragedy, Sharma mentioned, “A severe assault was averted by our boys. It’s an instance of the BSF’s self-discipline, coaching, and bravado.”

“Fidayeens can’t be stopped from coming, so the response is essential; With out inflicting collateral injury and with out inflicting a lot hurt to our personal forces, we had been in a position to neutralise. BSF has carried out a great job,” Sharma added.

On Tuesday, three militants entered the 182nd Batallion of the Border Safety Drive (BSF) camp close to the Srinagar Airport outdoors the Air Drive station Gogo Humhama at four:15 a.m.

BSF officer B. Ok. Yadav was martyred within the encounter. The terrorists had been additionally eradicated. (ANI)



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