Pakistan SSG Commandos Spotted Near Poonch River Along LoC, Indian Army Recovers Camera From Spot; Watch Video
Pakistan SSG Commandos detected near LoC (Photo Credits: ANI/Screengrab)

Poonch, September 18: Hours after the Indian Army released a video clip of failed infiltration bid by Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT), another video surfaced on social media in which Pakistani Special Service Group (SSG) commandos were seen near Krishna Ghati sector along Poonch river in August end. After the Indian Army detected their presence near the Line of Control (LoC), they immediately rushed back to their nearest post. Indian Army Kills 2 Pak Soldiers in Retaliation to Ceasefire Violation; Pakistan Army Raises White Flag to Recover Bodies, Watch Video.

The Army found their camera at the site. The video was shared by news agency ANI. “In August end, Pakistan’s SSG troops were seen along the Poonch river in front of the Krishna Sector close to the Indian post. Sensing detection by Indian troops, the Pakistani forces rushed back to their nearest post. At the site, an action camera was found, showing Pakistani SSG troops near the post,” reported the news agency quoting Indian Army sources. Pakistan Army Deploys SSG Commandos Along Sir Creek Area in Gujarat for Anti-India Activities: Government Sources.

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The Indian Army foiled the infiltration bid by Pakistan’s BAT by using Barrel Grenade Launchers. The Indian Army eliminated the infiltrators in Hajipir sector of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Pakistani SSG formed the core of the BAT. Last month, the Indian Army also killed five to seven members of the Pakistan Army’s BAT in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The video of the bodies of infiltrators surfaced on social media, months after the operation.