Due to floods, some army posts have completely submerged and there is a danger along the International Border between the Border Security Forces (BSF) and Pak Rangers.
In such a grim situation, there is a fear of intrusion from the Pakistani side.
From last few days, there has been no incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan, but at the same time, when some peace prevailed across the border, the flood fury created havoc in Jammu and Kashmir.
There is a risk of danger at the border posts of Samba, Akhnoor and other regions.
As part of the rescue operatins, 108 BSF and army personnel have been evacuated by the Indian Air Force and the Army Aviation Corps. All these personnel were deployed at the forward posts.
Due to the danger posed by floods, the posts are lying vacant, that can give Pakistan a chance to enter into the Indian territory.
When OneIndia talked to a retired Colonel RD Bali, then, he refuted the possibility of militants entering into the Indian soil.
He said that militants are trained but they are not capable of crossing the border during floods, especially when Pakistan is also in the grip of floods.
He also said that despite floods, BSF and army jawans have kept firm eyes at the border.