On Sunday, officials said a massive operation was underway to locate an underground tunnel near the international border in the Samba sector, with four Jaish-e-Mohammed militants suspected of entering Pakistan.
On Thursday, all four militants were killed in a truck going to Kashmir for checking at the Ban toll plaza on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway in which they were traveling.
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A large amount of arms and ammunition, including 11 AK assault rifles, three pistols, 29 grenades and six UBGL grenades were recovered from the capture of the slain militants, who according to the police, planned a major plan to disrupt the District Development Council Came to execute. Voting to be held in eight phases from 28 November.
Officials said that based on the material recovered from the slain militants, it was suspected that the militants infiltrated this side from Pakistan through an underground tunnel in Samba district.
He said that a large-scale anti-tunneling operation is being carried out by the BSF since Friday and the presence of a tunnel is suspected near Regal village in Samba district.
Officials said the army and police have also joined the operation, which is still ongoing.
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