Bhuj, October 12: The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday found five fishing boats suspected to be from Pakistan. The boats were found abandoned in the Harami Nullah locality, reported ANI. The boats were seized by the BSF after it found the boats around 11 pm last night. BSF Spots Drone Hovering Near Indo-Pak Border in Ferozepur For Third Consecutive Day, Says Report.
A search operation was launched by the BSF after the boats were discovered. The operation is still underway as the BSF has not found the owners of the boat. Drones Spotted in Punjab: 'Pakistan State Actors' Behind Weapons Dropped by Drones, Intelligence Agencies Tell MHA.
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Border Security Force, Gujarat: BSF seized 5 Pakistan
fishing boats during a special operation in Harami Nullah area y'day at about 2245 hours. A thorough search operation of the area has been launched&the search operation is still underway. Till now nothing suspicious recovered. pic.twitter.com/vfCS2k1Kso
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However, the BSF has not found anything suspicious as of yet. But they are not ruling out the possibility of foul play in this case. With the festive season round the corner, the security forces are not taking any chances. Any suspicious activity is investigated with great scrutiny, said sources. Recently, drones said to be from Pakistan were reportedly spotted for three consecutive days in Punjab's Ferozepur district by the BSF and the villagers.