High warning sounded along Indo-Nepal limit after Gurdaspur apprehension attack

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Pithoragarh: A high warning has been sounded during a limit posts in Pithoragarh and Champawat districts, carrying a 241 km prolonged limit with Nepal, in a arise of a apprehension conflict in Gurdaspur district of Punjab on Monday.

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“We have sounded an warning in a district and during all a limit posts along a porous Indo-Nepal border, keeping in mind a probability of terrorists unctuous in from Nepal limit into Indian territory.

“We are coordinating with a SSB, ITBP, Army and internal comprehension units in this tie and have instructed the special charge operation force officers (SOTF), categorical force defence a Indo-Nepal border,” Pithoragarh SP, Roshan Lal Sharma said.

The SP settled that a army have also been asked to check a ID cards of Army personnels as a Gurdaspur occurrence concerned terrorists camouflaged as army men.

“I reached a limit post of Jhoolaghat after a news of a Punjab apprehension conflict arrived. We are formulation to organize a combing operation with SOTD, SSB Police and timberland officers along with local villagers along a Indo-Nepal limit tomorrow,” Sharma said.

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Meanwhile, Champawat SP, DS Kunwar pronounced that a despotic burial is being kept during a limit post during Tanakpur and a immigration post during Banabasa.

“We have strong a searches during railway stations, marketplace places and border posts with Nepal in Banbasa and Tanakpur areas,” he said.

Three heavily-armed fidayeen in army fatigues, believed to have come from Pakistan, on Monday sprayed bullets on a relocating train and stormed a military station, murdering 8 persons, including an SP, while all a terrorists were gunned down in a day-long operation during Gurdaspur in Punjab.

PTI

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