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Pakistan: All 4 Pakistani boats seized were searched. However, nothing suspicious has been found during this period. Fishes, fishing nets and some related equipment have been found in these boats.
Gujarat (Gujarat) Indian territory by crossing the maritime boundary of Pakistan and India (Indian Water Area) 4 boats in Border Security Force ie BSF (BSF) has been confiscated on Thursday. The PRO of BSF Gujarat Frontier has informed that the patrol party of BSF attacked Pakistan (Pakistan) in the sea near Harami Nala in Kutch region of Gujarat.Pakistan) of these boats have been caught. These are fishing boats.
It has been informed from the BSF that on Thursday around 8.30 am, BSF Bhuj patrolling unit was patrolling near Harami Nala. During this, he saw some Pakistani fishing boats in Indian territory. In such a situation, BSF personnel immediately reached the spot. They have seized 4 Pakistani boats from there. Along with this, two Pakistani fishermen aboard have also been caught.
Search operation carried out in the entire area
BSF has informed that all the 4 Pakistani boats seized were searched. However, nothing suspicious has been found during this period. Fishes, fishing nets and some related equipment have been found in these boats. BSF has informed that after seizing these fishing boats, a search operation has been launched in the entire area.
Today at 8:30am, BSF Bhuj patrol, patrolling in general area Harami Nala observed movement of some Pakistani fishing boats near-horizontal channel of Harami Nala. Patrol party seized 4 country-made Pak fishing boats & apprehended 2 Pakistani fishermen: BSF Gujarat Frontier PRO pic.twitter.com/3BWq10mYqA
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A boat was also caught on Wednesday
Even before this, Pakistani boats and fishermen have been continuously caught in this area by the BSF. On Wednesday too, the BSF seized a Pakistani fishing boat from near the International Border in Gujarat’s Kutch district. It was said from the BSF that the patrol had spotted the boat on the Indian side of the Indo-Pak International Border in the Harami Nala Creek area.
The BSF had said that apart from fishing nets and equipment, nothing suspicious was found from the boat. Crossing swamps and rivulets on foot, a BSF patrol immediately reached the spot and seized a Pakistani fishing boat about 100 meters inside the Indian border near border pillar number 1165.
Earlier in February, 6 Pakistani fishermen were caught in this area by the BSF. The BSF had launched a major operation against the infiltration of Pakistani fishermen’s boats in the creek area adjoining the International Border. BSF also seized 11 Pakistani boats from Indian waters. But it was told that the fishermen aboard were successful in escaping. (with language input)
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