The Border Security Force (BSF) on Wednesday in a commandant level meeting with the Pakistan Rangers lodged a strong protest on intrusions across the International Border (IB) by Pakistani drones and also asked the Pak commander to refrain from such activities.
It has various active roles during an outbreak of war and is the only CAPF to have a Full-fledged Water Wing, Air Wing, and even an Artillery Regiment of its own. It comes under the Ministry of Home Affairs.
A BSF and Pakistan Rangers commandant level border meeting held between BSF. Pak Rangers at the International border of BOP Octroi in the Jammu district.
BSF delegation was led by Ajay Suryavanshi, Commandant, and the Pakistan delegation was led by Wing commander Lt. Colonel Aquil of 13 Wing Chenab Rangers.
During the meeting, commanders of both border guarding forces discussed various issues including maintenance of border pillars and latest infrastructure activities on the border, Pakistan Drone operations, and other activities.
Pak Rangers objected to the BSF defense construction work. Both commanders also agreed to resolve all operational matters and border issues with a mutual understanding.
The meeting held in a cordial and constructive atmosphere. Both commanders agreed to work for maintaining a peaceful atmosphere on the border, said a BSF spokesman.
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