BSF tightens security as 15,000 Pakistan Army soldiers start war game exercise near border adjoining Rajasthan's Jaisalmer
Weeks after Uri terror attack, Pakistan Army and Air Force have reportedly started its biggest core level joint war game exercise.
Jaisalmer: Weeks after Uri terror attack, Pakistan Army and Air Force have reportedly started its biggest core level joint war game exercise.
This war game exercise is taking place some 15-20km away from the international border adjoining Rajasthan's Jaisalmer, according to a report in TOI.
Interestingly, movement of vehicles and other activities of Pakistan Army near the international border have been informed too.
The exercise started on September 22 and will continue till October 30. Around 15,000 army and 300 air force personnel are expected to take part in it.
BSF heightens security
In view of this exercise, BSF has tightened its vigilance along the border.
Troops of 5 Core of Karachi, 2 Strike Core from Multan and 205 Brigade are participating in the exercise, sources said.
Pakistan Army's artillery and armed forces have jointly started a huge war game exercise across the border opposite Jaisalmer, the report added.
Noteworthy, the core level joint war game exercise by Pakistan Army has come on the heels of Uri attack.