War clouds after surgical strikes: Modi’s Gujarat on high alert, air surveillance over Sir Creek

Ahmedabad: PM Narendra Modi’s home state Gujarat has been put on high alert following the surgical strikes by Indian  Army  in PoK. in the Kutch area, Sir Creek has been under strict air surveillance. Fisher men have been called back from sea and have been advised against going too far from the coast.  The state shares land and sea boundary with Pakistan. Three districts of the state-- Kutch, Banaskantha and Patan-- share boundary with the neighbouring country. Police and coastal police stations have been told to increase vigil. "Our officers are in constant touch with the officials of BSF and Coast Guard. The BSF and Coast Guard are extremely vigilant on the land border and sea coast respectively. Police in border districts have already stepped up patrolling," said Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel..  The coastal police has been told to vigilantly monitor the movement in the sea. Gujarat’s most villages are  about 25 kilometre from the  border so they are not being evacuated. On the domestic front police is keeping tab on anti-India elements.