Amritsar: These days mosquitoes from Pakistan are also on top of India’s enemy list. After the recent outbreak of Dengue in the neighbouring country, health departments have decided to start fogging the Atari, Wagha border on the Indo-Pak Zero Line.

The fogging drive is set to start from Monday. Fogging would also be done in each bogie of the trans-border Samjhauta Express.

Apart from this, each traveler coming from Pakistan would undergo medical examination and appropriate treatment would be given to the individual diagnosed with Dengue.

The health department has also asked the officials of Border Security Force to sprinkle anti-mosquito medicine at the place of Beating Retreat Ceremony on the Wagha border.