Alarm sounded in Pathankot, look operation dispatched

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Pathankot, Sep 27: High caution was today sounded in Pathankot taking after contributions about suspicious development of a few people and a huge inquiry operation has been propelled on Pathankot-Dalhousie street.

Around 400 security staff including SWAT group were sent for leading the hunt operation by the Punjab police in the area where psychological militant from over the fringe had struck the IAF airbase in January.

“There was a particular contribution about the nearness of some suspicious men wandering around on Pathankot-Dalhousie street.

Tailing this, an enormous hunt operation has been dispatched here,” Pathankot SSP Rakesh Kaushal said.

“Zone has been cordoned off on Pathankot-Dalhousie street to find suspects,” he said.

Armed force has additionally been cautioned and there is an increased vigil, police said.

Eminently, Punjab Police and BSF had mutually done hunt operation and banner walk in towns close Indo-Pak verge on September 25 to ruin any endeavor by interlopers originating from over the outskirt.

A caution was additionally sounded in the outskirt regions of Pathankot and Gurdaspur in the wake of fear strike on an armed force camp in Uri in Jammu and Kashmir.

Outstandingly, fear mongers who had sneaked in from over the outskirt had assaulted Pathankot air base on the mediating night of January 1-2 this year while Dinanagar in Gurdaspur was focused on July 27 a year ago.

The Pathankot assault had killed seven security work force while four fear mongers were slaughtered.

Three vigorously equipped fear mongers wearing armed force fatigues, had raged a police headquarters in Dinanagar town in Gurdaspur area a year ago killing seven people, including a Superintendent of Police, before they were gunned down amid a day-long operation.