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Suspicious object found in Ferozepur before PM’s visit to Punjab stirred up

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Chandigarh. There was stir in Punjab’s Ferozepur on Tuesday after suspicious object was found near the City Police Station. As soon as the information was received, police reached on spot and Anti Sabotage team was called with immediate effect.

Let us tell you that the Central Intelligence Agency had recently given input to the Punjab Police that Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI is trying to terrorize Chandigarh and Mohali. Tight security arrangements were made regarding this.

According to news agency ANI, Ferozepur Inspector Mohit Dhawan told that a suspicious object has been found near the City Police Station. After which the Anti Sabotage team has been called. We are investigating further.

PM Modi’s visit to Punjab

Security agencies have been put on alert ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Punjab. Let us tell you that on August 24, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate ‘Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital and Research Center’ in Mohali. The hospital has been built by Tata Memorial Center at a cost of Rs 660 crore.

Weapons seized along Indo-Pak border in Punjab

Chandigarh. In Punjab, the Border Security Force (BSF) on Tuesday recovered a cache of arms along the India-Pakistan border. Weapons are believed to have been smuggled across the border but BSF personnel recovered these weapons during patrolling along the India-Pakistan border. Including state-of-the-art rifles and pistols.

BSF said that a cache of assault weapons was recovered along the Indo-Pakistan border in Punjab. In Firozpur sector, 3 AK-47 rifles with 6 magazines, 3 M-3 rifles with 4 magazines and 2 pistols with 2 magazines were recovered. The arms seem to have been smuggled from Pakistan.

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