New Delhi, June 16: Two Pakistani nationals aged 21 and 31 have been apprehended by the Border Security force (BSF) from the Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday. The BSF confirmed the detention of the two Pakistani nationals,who were allegedly crossing into the Indian side. Also Read - 'Can't Even Kiss My Wife', Says Farooq Abdullah, Laments The Pandemic
The BSF identified them as Sohail Kamar from Narwal District and Ahmed from Zafarwal Tehsil of Sialkot. Further details in the incident awaited. Also Read - BRO Constructs 110-feet Bailey Bridge at Kela Morh on Jammu-Srinagar Highway in Record Time
Notably, the detention of the Pakistani nationals came amid continuous ceasefire violations by the Pakistani side and the cold-blooded murder of ‘Rising Kashmir’ editor Shujaat Bukhari and army rifleman Aurangzeb. Also Read - Dal Lake Freezes, Srinagar Records Coldest Night in 30 Years, Administration Deploys SDRF Teams
Earlier in the day, Pakistan troops violated ceasefire in Arnia and Nowshera sectors in which a soldier lost his life. Sepoy Bikas Gue rung was posted in Laam. The Nowshera ceasefire violation comes hours after there was another ceasefire violation at Arnia sector of the state. The Arnia ceasefire violation was reported at 0400 hours on Saturday morning amid the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations across the nation.
In other reports, massive stone pelting and clashes between youth and security forces were witnessed at Janglaat Mandi Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir, at 6:45 AM on Saturday after Namaz offerings.