BSF raises issue of Pak firing, border killings in meeting with Rangers

NEW DELHI: The BSF “strongly” raised the issue of unprovoked firing, killing of civilians and usage of tunnels for cross-border crimes along the Indo-Pak border during a high-level meeting with their counterparts– Pakistan Rangers — that concluded here today.

The Rangers, led by their DG (Sindh) Maj Gen Muhammad Saeed, had arrived in India on November 8 as part of the bi- annual talks with the Border Security Force (BSF), which was led by its Director General K K Sharma.

The visiting delegation went back this afternoon. (AGENCIES)