Punjab police and BSF search border districts together.

Border Security Force and Punjab police launch special patrols and search operations along the border . Border Security Force and Punjab police have launched special patrols and search operations .

AMRITSAR: The Border Security Force (BSF) and the Punjab police have launched special patrols and search operations along the Pakistan's 553-kilometer border, detectable attempts by anti-India groups from across the border to undermine stability.According to reports, there was not only the possibility of drone attacks, but also armed terrorists or such groups could attempt to cross the border under the pretense of visiting the Attari international border.The joint operation, according to Mohnish Chawla, would act as a deterrent to anti-Indian operations along the border range I-G.Both the forces said they had identified locations such as Durangla, Lopoke, Mode, Daoke, and Rajatal, among others (mostly in Amritsar rural police district), where drone activity had been seen more in the past, and had taken sufficient measures to neutralize any aerial threat.