GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Ministry of Home Affairs
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 2825
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE 21ST APRIL, 2010/VAISAKHA 1, 1932 (SAKA)
Infiltration in J&K
2825. SHRI RAJEEV CHANDRASEKHAR:
Will the Minister of HOME AFFAIRS be pleased to state:
(a) whether it is a fact that there has been increased infiltration in J&K from across the border;
(b) if so, the estimated number of the infiltrators who have sneaked during March and April, so far;
(c) the- number of infiltrators eliminated during the period as also the number of defense/paramilitary personnel and the civilians, who have died due to anti-terrorist operations; and
(d) what steps are being taken to deal with the increasing infiltration from across the border?
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
(SHRI AJAY MAKEN)
(a): Attempts at infiltration from across the Border in J&K have shown an increase during 2009 in comparison with 2008. Details of the infiltration attempts during last 3 years are as under:
No. of attempts.
Upto March, 2010
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(b) & (c): Detail of infiltration attempts and infiltration attempts and infiltrators sneaked/eliminated are given below:
Details of Civilian/Security Forces killed are given below:
Upto March, 2010
(d): The Govt. in tandem with the State Govt., have adopted a multi· pronged approach, to contain cross border infiltration in Jammu & Kashmir, which includes, inter-alia, strengthening of border management and multi tiered and multi-modal deployment along international border/line of control and infiltration routes, construction, synergizing intelligence flow to check Infiltration and pro-active action against the terrorists within the States. The counter infiltration efforts are reviewed periodically at various levels in the State Govt. and in the Central Govt.