Pak army ‘exercising’ near border adjoining Jaisalmer

New Age Desk

After the fatal Uri attack, Pakistan Army and Air Force have started its biggest core level joint war game exercise some 15-20km away from the international border adjoining Jaisalmer, reports The Times of India.
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 which will be partaken by 15,000 army and 300 air force personnel.
Due to this, BSF has tightened its vigilance along the border. According to defence sources information, Pakistan Army’s artillery and armed forces have jointly started a huge war game exercise across the border opposite Jaisalmer. Pakistan Army officials have reached in the area to review the exercise.

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