Drones seen near Jammu Air Force Station | India News – Times of India

Drone activity was detected near Jammu: Jammu Air Force Less than a week after a flying machine was spotted near the Line of Control (LoC) in Akhnoor’s Pallanwala area, the station again on Wednesday morning.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs/suspect drones) were spotted at two different places in Satwari sector in the early hours of Wednesday. Around 4 pm, a drone was found hovering over the civilian airport and sometime later a similar object was seen flying over the Pir Baba area in Satwari, near the Jammu Air Force Base. Later, these UAVs disappeared and the concerned authorities were informed, following which a massive search was launched to locate these flying objects.
On 27 June, two bombs were dropped on the Jammu Air Force Station, injuring two Indian Air Force personnel. NS National Investigation Agency (NIA) is investigating the matter. Following the attack, district authorities had banned commercial/private use of drones in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba, Ramban, Kathua, Rajouri, Poonch, Baramulla, Srinagar, Jammu and Ganderbal districts.
On 15 July, one drone was again sighted near the Jammu Air Force Station, while another was sighted near the Line of Control at Pallanwala. Two incidents were reported within 24 hours and on 14 July, a suspected drone hovering over Arnia area of ​​Jammu was forced by the BSF to return to Pakistan.
Expressing concern over proliferation of drones, J&K DGP Dilbagh Lion Earlier it was said that drones have added a new dimension to security threats from terrorist groups. In an interview in Srinagar on Tuesday, Singh said the attack was being investigated. Jammu IAF The station last month featured the participation of non-state actors backed by state actors such as Pakistan’s ordnance factory.


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