Terror chatter? Ham users track unauthorised radio communications on Bengal-Bangla borders (India)

Amateur radio operators in south Bengal have raised alarm over unauthorised radio communication along the Bengal-Bangladesh border. The communication is taking place using radio signals (very high frequency) at dead in the night and the sources of the signals are moving and speaking in code languages.

When HAM radio operators of Bengal tried speaking to them, they stopped communication briefly only to resume it again. After they brought the matter to the notice of the Centre, they were asked to monitor the signals round the clock.

Interestingly, radio sets were found with the terrorists in recent Uri attacks that were used by them for communication with their bases in Pakistan.

Alarmed, the Ham operators have deployed 23 operators to monitor the signals round the clock. They also worked throughout the pujas.


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