International Border On High Alert
Delhi/Hyderabad, March 21 (Maxim News): The Centre sent a message to the Border Security Force (BSF) and the Sashstra Seema Bal (SSB) after considering the possibility that Amritpal singh, the leader of the Waris Punjab De, might flee the country. As a result, International borders with Nepal and Pakistan among other countries have been placed on high alert.
According to government sources, the MHA has instructed the BSF and SSB to warn their troops stationed at International borders to be alert as the manhunt for Amritpal singh, a radical Khalistani, which entered its fourth day today, continues. In order to prevent the extremely self-styled Sikh preacher from leaving the country, pictures of Amritpal Singh have also been posted on these crucial exit points at the International Boundaries.
All the important Border Outposts at the Internal borders with Nepal, Punjab, and Bangladesh, as well as the frontier units of the BSF and the SSB stationed there, have received a message to be on high alert due to intelligence input that Amritpal singh may flee the country in order to avoid being apprehended. (Maxim News)
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