- Sources: 5 suspected terrorists have infiltrated via a tunnel in Samba
- Major infiltration bid in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of PM Modi's visit
- High alert has been sounded, search operations are on: Police
Sources in the BSF (Border Security Force) say the terrorists used a tunnel to cross over at the Samba sector, in a major infiltration bid on Monday.
The men were seen at the border yesterday but they went missing, BSF sources say. Security forces are now carrying out intensive search operations across the state to track down the terrorists.
On Saturday, the Prime Minister is expected to inaugurate the Kishenganga project in north Kashmir.
The army is conducting aerial surveillance, additional check points have been set up and the highway is being monitored, Mr Patel said.
Security installations along the highway in Kathua, Samba and Jammu districts have also been put on alert.
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