Updated: July 11, 2015 9:03:35 pm
The Border Security Force (BSF) troops on Saturday apprehended six Bangladeshi nationals who were trying to sneak into Pakistan near Indo-Pak border in Jammu district.
Alert BSF troops guarding the border observed suspicious movement of some people near International Border (IB) near Makwal forward belt in Jammu district early on Saturday, BSF officials said.
BSF troops later after searched the area and apprehended six people, they said.
“At 0530 hours six Bangladeshis citizens were apprehended by the BSF troops approximately 450 meters in Indian side from IB,” a BSF spokesman said.
The six were Bangladeshi nationals and they were trying to cross over to other side of the border, the officials said. They are being questioned, the official added.
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