Drone entered Arnia sector from India-Pakistan International Border, BSF jawans fired eight rounds

Jammu: A Pakistani drone once dared to enter the Indian border from Arnia sector of RS Pura on the Indo-Pakistan International Border. As soon as the Border Security Force (BSF) personnel saw the drone crossing the Indian border, they opened fire on it. Soldiers fired seven to eight rounds at the drone, but did not […]
 


Drone entered Arnia sector from India-Pakistan International Border, BSF jawans fired eight rounds

Jammu: A Pakistani drone once dared to enter the Indian border from Arnia sector of RS Pura on the Indo-Pakistan International Border. As soon as the Border Security Force (BSF) personnel saw the drone crossing the Indian border, they opened fire on it. Soldiers fired seven to eight rounds at the drone, but did not bring it down and it returned to Pakistan.

Confirming this, BSF officials said that the case was registered at 4.45 am today. He said that the Pakistani drone was hovering inside the Pakistani border for some time but after that it entered the Indian side. After a struggle of about two minutes, alert BSF personnel spotted him and fired seven to eight rounds to bring him down. He returned to Pakistan before the drone could be shot down. BSF jawans also informed about this to their officers.

After the return of the drone, the BSF and the local police have started a search operation in the area. BSF officials said that consignments of drugs or weapons can be sent to Indian territory with the help of drones. No such seizure has been made so far. It is worth noting that earlier on May 7 at 7.25 am, Pakistani drones were seen entering Indian territory from this sector.

Meanwhile, BSF personnel fired at the drone to bring it down, after which the drone came back to the Pakistan border. BSF has heightened vigil following the increase in Pakistani drone activities along the border. Not only this, people living on the international border have also been asked to keep an eye on suspicious activities. Similarly, on Wednesday night, May 11, a Pakistani drone tried to enter the Indian border from Amritsar Border Observing Post (BOP) Rania. Earlier on May 7, Pakistan had dropped 10 kg 600 grams of heroin into Indian territory with the help of a drone from Attari on the International Border of Punjab, which was confiscated by the BSF. The soldiers recovered