Terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) is planning to sneak in its trained cadres through the fenced border' in Rajasthan and Punjab - the stretch which is generally considered safe -- to carry out "some action" during forthcoming general elections. According to Indian newspaper 'Times of India', a senior home ministry official said, "The LeT, which lost 17 of its cadre in an encounter with Army in Hafruda forest area of Kupwara district in J&K;in the past few days, may try to push in its men through the fenced border - the way it did in Kanachak in Jammu sector last year. Their plan is to send small batch of jihadis for quick action in Rajasthan and Punjab." The heightened vigil on the western border, in the wake of recent inputs will, however, not affect the BSF's current level of deployment along the Indo-Bangladesh border.