In Kutch, BSF apprehends a Pakistani fisherman and two boats
BSF saw four-five Pakistani fisherman entering Indian land by taking advantage of the rough seas while patrolling the area
A Pakistani fisherman and two fishing boats intruded into Indian territory in the Sir Creek area in Gujarat's Kutch district on Monday, according to the Border Security Force (BSF).
The BSF saw four-five Pakistani fisherman entering Indian land by taking advantage of the rough seas while patrolling the area near Lakhpatwari stream — located at the mouth of Sir Creek — at 12:05 p.m., according to an official release.
The fisherman attempted to flee after spotting a BSF patrol group. BSF soldiers pursued the intruders and apprehended one fisherman and two boats abandoned by fleeing fishermen who managed to cross over to Pakistani territory by taking advantage of the marshy and slushy terrain. According to the report, nothing untoward was found on the two seized boats.
The BSF also conducted a search operation in the region, according to the announcement.