India's Growing Border Problem With Pakistan
Looking to Arizona company for solutions
|American Patrol Report -- October 22
India has a growing problem with Pakistan. "We have information that Pakistan is helping terrorists to enter our territory. We have intelligence inputs. But we are on an alert," India's Home minister told the press on Sunday. "Pakistan troops have fired with small arms, light and medium weapons on several Indian posts along Indo-Pak border in Krishnagati sub-sector along Line of Control (LoC) of Poonch district from 2230 hours last night," PRO Defence, Col. R.K. Palta told reporters on Sunday.
|IDENTISEIS® border security system was demonstrated at a Border Expo last week
The day following last week's Border Tech Expo in El Paso, Border Technology, Inc. of Arizona was contacted by a representative of the government of India. Following an extensive discussion, BTI received a formal request to submit a proposal to demonstrate the capabilities its IDENTISEIS® on the India-Pakistan border.
According to a BTI spokesman, the people in India were particularly impressed with the "bullet-proof" capability of IDENTISEIS®. "They said anything that sticks above ground will be destroyed by Pakistani terrorists," the spokesman said. The IDENTISEIS® system is totally buried and does not rely on an outside electric grid to operate.
BTI is seeking potential partners for the proposal, which must be submitted within ten days. Contact: Mike King -- 520-366-9900.
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