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Pakistani fishermen's boats enter Indian Territory

Pakistani fishermen's boats enter Indian Territory

Kutch, the last district in the western corner of India, is connected to Pakistan on the international border. From time to time, Pakistani nationals were caught illegally infiltrating. Currently, these activities increase rapidly on the border. Sometimes Pakistani fishermen's boats enter the Indian Territory in the creek area near Jakhau Kutch in Kutch. But the BSF captured one Pakistani national and 3 Pakistani boat. Found from the creek area of Kutch. While the rest of the Pakistani fishermen managed to escape. No suspicious things were present in the items, declared after a complete examination of the seized boat. It is the top news of the week in many Gujarati newspaper.

Action at around 8:30 am

At 8:30 am on May 26 in Harami Nala in the Bhuj area, BSF detected a Pakistani fishing boat. The patrol then immediately reached the spot. Two Pakistani fishermen were found from the horizontal channel of Harami Nala & four Pakistani fishing boats were seized.

The soldiers carried out a thorough search

BSF personnel carried out a thorough search of the seized boats. However, nothing suspicious except fish, fishing nets and equipment was there in their boats. BSF is carrying out intensive searches in the area.

Pakistani fishermen have been caught before

Let us know that the BSF Bhuj squads have caught many Pakistani fishermen before. In February & March, due to the constant vigilance of the BSF, several fishermen were apprehended & also BSF seize their boats. In February, six Pakistani fishermen were caught together in Bhuj and 11 of their boats were seized. After that, many fishermen were also caught in April.

The search operation was carried out in the entire area.

BSF has informed that all the four Pakistani boats seized were searched. However, nothing suspicious was there during this period. Fish, fishing nets, and some equipment related to them were in the boat. BSF has informed that after seizing these fishing boats, they launch a search operation in the entire area.

On Wednesday, BSF seize a boat!

Earlier also, Pakistani boats and fishermen have been continuously apprehended in this area by the BSF. On Wednesday, the BSF seized a Pakistani fishing boat from near the international border in the Kutch district of Gujarat. The BSF had said that the patrol party had spotted the boat on the Indian side of the Indo-Pak international border in the harami Nala creek area. The BSF declares that nothing suspicious was there except fishing nets and equipment on the boat. Crossing the swamps and drains on foot, the BSF patrol immediately reached the spot & seized a Pakistani boat fishing around 100 meters inside the Indian border near the border pillar number 1165.

BSF Declaration; the seized boats have no suspicious things 

Around noon on Monday, a team of Border Security Force personnel from Bhuj was patrolling the creek area of Lakh pat. Meanwhile, BSF personnel observed the movement of some Pakistani fishing boats. The Pakistani fishermen were trying to enter the Indian border taking advantage of the rough sea conditions. A BSF patrolling team detained the Pakistani intruders as soon as they entered the Indian border. In the meantime, Pakistani intruders tried to escape after seeing the BSF personnel. The patrolling border security force personnel chased them and picked up a Pakistani fisherman along with 3 Pakistani fishing boats were also seized some other Pakistani fishermen managed to escape. 

According to the latest Gujarat Samachar, no suspicious object was there. On Thursday, The Border Security Force (BSF) detects four boats that crossed the maritime boundary of Pakistan and India. The PRO of BSF Gujarat Frontier has informed that the BSF patrol party has caught these boats of Pakistan in the sea near Harami Nala in the Kutch region of Gujarat. At around 8.30 am, BSF gave the information. On Thursday, the BSF Bhuj patrolling unit was patrolling near Harami Nala. During this time, they saw some Pakistani fishing boats in Indian Territory. In such a situation, BSF personnel immediately reached the spot. They have seized four Pakistani boats from there. Along with this, the BSF arrested two Pakistani fishermen on board.

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