High alert, air force and BSF activated on the western border

Jaipur : Tensions on the Indo-Pak border after the IAF's air strike are expected to increase. All security forces posted on the western border have been alerted keeping in view the possibility of the increase in the number of refugees. Rajasthan's Jaisalmer, Barmer, Bikaner and Sriganganagar border areas are on high alert mode. Air Force is on high alert mode.Combat Petroling has been started to counter the counter-reaction of Pakistan. Air Force inspection is on Phalodi and Nal Airbase of the state. MiG-27, MiG-29 and dry-30-plane standby turn. Border Security Force (BSF) has increased more security than ever before. BSF has increased the jawans' haplessness, along with the police in the border villages, has hastened the task of making people aware in rural areas.Security Increase in Frontier VillagesIn the border areas of Shrigangarar districts, there has been a ban on roaming during the night. Section 144 has been implemented in the areas adjacent to the border. Under this, more than five people can not be gathered at one place. Jaisalmer district collector Namit Mehta said that special attention is being maintained in the villages near the international border. Security agencies and army are also on high alert on the Bikaner border. Military activities have increased in the border areas. The villagers have become cautious about the movement and alerts towards the border. In Barmer and Sriganganar districts, the collectors reviewed security with the BSF officials.Highlight on military bases in BengalVigilance has also been increased on various important bases of West Bengal, including Kolkata, seeing the tension between the two countries after the Indian Air Force entered Pakistan in a major offensive on terrorist bases.According to sources, in addition to all the bases of Army and Air Force located in West Bengal, BSF jaws deployed on Indo-Bangla border were asked to stay high alert. Especially Air Force has instructed all its airbase located in Bengal- Panagarh, Kalaikunda, Barrackpore and Hasimara to be on high alert for any situation. Apart from this, the surveillance has been increased in the Eastern Command headquarters of the Indian Army located in Fort William, Kolkata.At the same time, the Kolkata and Bagdogra airport have been instructed to increase the monitoring. Apart from this, the jawans have been instructed to take special vigilance on the Indo-Bangla border in West Bengal..