BSF women personnel gun down Pakistani intruder in Punjab Gurdaspur: Women officials of the Border Security of Force (BSF) reportedly shot dead an intruder allegedly of Pakistani origin on Sunday afternoon. According to reports, the intruder was trying to enter India through the Derababa outpost in the Gurdaspur sector. The Derababa outpost is guarded by women personnel of the 71st battalion of the BSF. According to the BSF, the intruder cut the border fence when he noticed that women officials were guarding the post. He was reportedly shot dead by the women officials when he tried to attack them after being told to stop. "Two women BSF personnel of 74 Battalion noticed the movement nearby barbed wire on the border and they challenged the intruder to surrender as he was illegally trying to sneak into the Indian territory from the Pakistan side," DIG, BSF, PS Bains said. Mr Bains said that the BSF recovered a sim card belonging to a Pakistan mobile operator, but the intruder's identity was yet to be ascertained. The incident took place in Gurdaspur district at around 1:30 pm on Sunday.