Gujarat BSF Seizes Two Wooden Pakistani Fishing Boats From Dafa Creek

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Gujarat BSF on Saturday seized two Pakistani fishing boats while patrolling. Nothing suspicious has been found so far as search operations continue in the area

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:

Border Security Force of Gujarat on Saturday seized two Pakistani fishing boats while patrolling. The wooden boats were discovered while the BSF was patrolling in the Dafa Creek area. After the BSF captured two Pakistani wooden boats, the Border Security Force officials have been carrying out a wide search operation in the area where the boats were discovered and the other surrounding areas as well.

As search operations by the BSF continue in the area, nothing suspicious has been discovered so far by the BSF.

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Terror Alert

The terror alert was issued by Intelligence Agencies that terrorists from the terror organisation, Jaish-e-Mohammed, have entered Delhi with a plan of carrying out terrorist attacks across the National Capital. Delhi Police Special Cell conducted raids at nine locations in the national capital. The alert suggests that three to four highly motivated terrorists of JeM have managed to enter Delhi. Delhi Special Cell conducted raids in Seelampur, North East, Jamia Nagar and Paharganj area of Delhi.

On October 4, Republic TV had accessed a copy of the Intel input received by Delhi Police, which reads, “around 5 -6 days back, Abu Usman JeM commander in a meeting with his OGW, held in Apple Orchards near Mir Mohalla, Bandipur disclosed that the people of Kashmir will soon hear the good news of big attack in Jammu and Delhi while claiming that “our brothers have already reached the places.” Abu Usman was carrying a sniper rifle with him while the other three were carrying an AK-47 rifle, pistol, and grenades.

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