BSF fired after ‘Pakistani Quadcopter’ at IB in Jammu, chased it away. India News – Times of India

Jammu: The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday opened fire on a Pakistani quadcopter after it tried to enter Indian territory. international border Here, the officials said.
According to officials, alert BSF personnel spotted the suspicious flying object around 4:25 am in Arnia sector on the outskirts of Jammu. “The quadcopter was forced to return to the Pakistani side after the border guards fired half a dozen rounds to bring it down,” he said.
A BSF spokesperson confirmed the incident and said, “Alert BSF personnel fired upon a small quadcopter Pakistan Today (Friday) morning.” “As it (quadcopter) was trying to cross the International Border (IB) in Arnia sector. Due to this firing, it returned immediately,” said a BSF spokesperson. He added that it was for surveillance of the area.
Security forces in Jammu and Kashmir on high alert after Sunday’s drone attack Indian Air Force (Indian Air Force) station here.
Two explosives-laden drones crashed at the Indian Air Force station at the Jammu airport in the early hours of Sunday (June 27), in what is said to be the first terror attack of its kind when suspected Pakistan-based terrorists have used unmanned aerial vehicles. .
Drone seen hovering over Vital Army Establishment in different areas of Jammu on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday also during night time.
The Army has also claimed that it foiled a drone activity at its brigade headquarters at Kaluchak and Ratnuchak during the intervening night of Sunday-Monday.
It is pertinent to mention here that a patrol team of 19 Battalion of BSF found 8×8 Drone (Blade to Blade) Pakistani Drones flying in Hiranagar Sector near International Border Kathua District and shot 8-9 rounds to bring it down on 20th June 2020.
The drone was spotted at Rathua village around the border post, about 250 meters from the International Border.bop) Pansar. “A highly sophisticated rifle (M4 US-made carbine machine), two magazines, 60 rounds (5.56 rounds) and seven grenades were the payloads on the drone to be delivered to Pakistani agents.”


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