Here's how 4 Pakistani terrorists entered India
The Border Security Force found a 200-metre-long and almost 8-metre-deep professionally engineered underground tunnel on the international border, which it believes was used by 4 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists to cross over.
According to J&K Police DGP Dilbagh Singh, "The tunnel is 15-20 ft deep and nearly 150 m long. It originates from inside Pakistan. It was used by the four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists who were killed recently."
"All the technical evidence available with us lead to this point only. It appears to be a fresh tunnel, but may have been used by terrorists earlier as well," DGP Singh said.
"All the gadgets, medicines, telephones, wireless sets, eatables and even the clothes had Paskistani markings on them. Now, the cement bags used in the tunnel too have Pakistani markings. Cement bags with similar Pakistani markings were found in another tunnel that was detected in the Bengalad area of Samba sector sometime back," he added.
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