Guajarat coast has put on High alert after getting inputs from Intelligence agency that Pakistani trained commandos are trying to enter in Gujarat to carry attacks in Gujarat. Border Security Force (BSF) and India Coast Guard have put on high alert in Gujarat.
On Saturday, Two single-engine Pakistani fishing boats were seized by Border Security Force (BSF) patrolling party in the Harami Nallah area of Rann of Kutch.
Intelligence sources have warned the border forces that Pakistan-trained commandos are trying to enter the Gulf of Kutch and Harami Nala Creek area in small boats.
“We have received intelligence that the underwater wing of Jaish-e-Mohammad is being trained for attacks. We are keeping track of it and can give an assurance that we are fully alert to foil any such design,” Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh had said in Pune on Monday.
#WATCH: Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh, says,”we have received intelligence that the underwater wing of Jaish-e-Mohammed is being trained. We are keeping a track of it and we assure you that we are fully alert.” pic.twitter.com/IYYCrn6qcE— ANI (@ANI) August 26, 2019
Security enhanced at the Kandla port in view of inputs that ‘Pakistani commando are likely to infiltrate into Indian territory through Kutchh area, through sea route to create communal disturbance or terrorist attack in Gujarat.
Adani port has also issued a security advisory which says, “Input received from coast guard station that Pakistan trained commandos have entered Gulf of Kutch through Harami Nala creek area. They are believed to be trained with underwater attacks.”
All agencies, including Coast Guard, customs, port authorities, coastal police and the Indian Navy are on high alert across the vast coast line of Gujarat.