A enormous activity is on close to the International outskirt in J&K’s Samba.A 150- meter long underground passage suspected to be utilized by four Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) fear based oppressors for penetration from Pakistan was identified by the BSF at the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba locale on Sunday, state police boss Dilbag Singh said.Mr Singh, who along senior Border Security Force (BSF) official NS Jamwal and senior police official Mukesh Singh reviewed the scene close to Regal post, said the passage was uncovered after examination concerning the ongoing experience close to Nagrota on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway.The four Kashmir-bound Pakistani psychological militants were killed in a gunfight when the truck wherein they were voyaging was halted for checking at Ban cost court on the parkway on Thursday.A colossal reserve of arms and ammo including 11 AK attack rifles, three guns, 29 explosives and six UBGL projectiles were recuperated from the ownership of the psychological militants, who had come to execute a “big plan” to disturb the impending District Development Council (DDC) surveys, police said.”Police shared some vital inputs found from the encounter scene with the BSF which after hectic efforts, managed to find the tunnel,” the Director General of Police (DGP) revealed to reporters.Mr Jamwal named the counter burrowing activity as a “major success” and said that a solid dissent will be held up with Pakistan.He gave full credit to the faculty of the power for their responsibility, devotion and inspiration to look through the territory brimming with wild growth.”The tunnel, which is 2.5 metre wide and 25 to 30 metre deep was constructed with proper engineering effort to ensure that it is not detected as its opening was found surrounded with sarkanda (elephant grass),” Mr Jamwal said.He additionally applauded the participation and ordinary inflow of data from police and insight offices, prompting the early identification of the tunnel.This was the subsequent passage distinguished by the BSF along the IB in Samba over the most recent three months. In August, the outskirt guarding power found a passage close to the fringe fencing in the Galar area.The BSF completed the enormous enemy of burrowing activity after it became exposed that the four JeM psychological militants had invaded through the Samba area prior to being dispensed with in Nagrota.”This was a new tunnel dug out from Pakistan after the older one was unearthed by BSF (in Samba). After the successful operation in Nagrota, the question was how did the JeM group managed to infiltrate into this side from Pakistan, reached the national highway and boarded the Kashmir bound truck,” the DGP said.He said the fear mongers were conveying 14 weapons and a huge amount of dangerous material including RDX. The police got some proof and imparted the contributions to the BSF which at last prompted the discovery of the passage.