Pakistan Rangers are using "Thermal Imaging suits": Indian Intelligence Report
*NEW DELHI:* Pakistan Rangers have devised new ways to avoid detection Indian at the Line of Control.
According to the inputs gathered by the Indian intelligence agencies, the officials of Pakistan Rangers are now relying on 'heat-resistant dress' to avoid detection by the Thermal Imaging Devices installed by the Border Security Force (BSF) to keep an eye on any suspicious activity from across the international border.
The Pakistan Rangers may be using 'thermal camouflage suits' to avoid detection by BSF's night vision devices, the reports said. This has come to light after a BSF jawan was killed along the International Border in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
This "disturbing" first-time instance has rattled the BSF and the Army which is responsible for ensuring security at the International Border between India and Pakistan and the un-fenced Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.