BSF Jawan Mutilated by Pakistani Forces, Body of Head Constable Narender Kumar Found With Throat Slit, Eyes Gouged Out

Team Latestly
On a day when India is celebrating two years of the September 29 surgical strike carried out by the Indian Army, the Border Security Force (BSF) inflicted casualties on Pakistan side by carrying out heavy mortar shelling along the Line of Control.

Srinagar, September 19: A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was mutilated by Pakistani forces along the international border (IB) near Jammu on Tuesday night. The body of Head Constable Narender Kumar reportedly bore three bullet marks, his throat was slit while his eyes were gouged out. His body has been recovered by the Indian forces.

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The BSF on Wednesday raised the issue of killing of the jawan with the Pakistan Rangers at the sector level. The BSF has also sought Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) to raise the issue with Pakistan at its level.

The unprecedented and brutal incident took place in the Ramgarh sector on Tuesday around 10:30 pm in unprovoked firing by Pakistan. The security forces have issued a "high alert" across the entire IB and the Line of Control (LoC).

Sources, as quoted by PTI, said that the body of the BSF jawan could only be retrieved from a spot ahead of the Indo-Pak fence after over six hours as the Pakistani side "did not respond" to the calls to maintain the sanctity of the frontier and ensure that the BSF search parties were not fired upon.