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11 grenades found at border in Gurdaspur, Punjab; drone was stirred on Sunday night; BSF drove away by firing 18 rounds

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11 grenades found at border in Gurdaspur, Punjab; drone was stirred on Sunday night;  BSF drove away by firing 18 rounds Funny Jokes

11 grenades found at border in Gurdaspur, Punjab; drone was stirred on Sunday night;  BSF drove away by firing 18 rounds Funny Jokes

File photo of drone. The activity of Pakistani drones has been noted along the border at Gurdaspur in Punjab on Sunday night. BSF found 11 grenades during the search on Monday morning.

In Gurdaspur, Punjab, on the India-Pakistan border area, Pakistan is not getting out of its nefarious activities. BSF has recovered 11 grenades near Slach village in Dinanagar area of ​​the border area on Monday morning. It is being told that a Pakistani drone was seen in the area on Sunday night. BSF had fired 18 rounds after which the drone went back to Pakistan. At present, the Punjab Police and the Border Security Force (BSF) are conducting search operations in the entire area.

BSF jawans fired 18 rounds on a drone that came from Pakistan late Saturday in the Dorangala area of ​​Observation Post (BOP) detour in Sarahadi village Slach, Dinanagar area. The drone then returned to Pak. In this regard, BSF DIG Rajesh Sharma said that the soldiers of 58 battalion started firing on seeing the drone. On Sunday, a search operation was carried out along the border in collaboration with the police. He said that efforts are being made to send consignments and weapons by taking advantage of the constant mist from across the border.

Although the BSF official did not confirm this, sources say that during the search, 11 Pakistani grenades were found by the police from the fields. It is believed that on Monday, senior police officers will make a big disclosure in this regard by holding a press conference in Chandigarh.

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