The Border Safety Drive has shot down a drone in Amritsar that had violated the Indian airspace, stated the BSF Punjab Frontier on Saturday. The drone was intercepted by the BSF after which recovered later throughout a search, reported information company ANI.
“A drone from Pakistan violated Indian Airspace & was intercepted (by hearth) by BSF troops of the Amritsar Sector. Throughout the search, a drone has been recovered. Additional search operations underway. That is the fourth drone shot down by BSF up to now 2 days,” stated the BSF Punjab Frontier, reported by the information company.
Punjab | A drone from Pakistan violated Indian Airspace & was intercepted (by hearth) by BSF troops of the Amritsar Sector. Throughout the search, a drone has been recovered. Additional search operations underway. That is the fourth drone shot down by BSF up to now 2 days: BSF Punjab… pic.twitter.com/CrxUSfpMwd
— ANI (@ANI) May 20, 2023
Final month, on April 15, the BSF had shot down an intruding drone close to the India-Pakistan border. The drone was noticed at Bachiwind village close to the worldwide border at 3.21 am on Saturday. BSF troops recovered three packets of heroin weighing round 3.2 kg.
Two days earlier, on April 13, the Indian safety forces had shot down a drone flying into the Indian aspect from alongside the Line of Management (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district.
The drone was recovered from the BERI Pattan space of the Sunderbani sector throughout joint searches by the Military troops and Jammu and Kashmir Police.
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On April 3, Jammu Police had recovered a cache of arms and explosive supplies from a package deal suspected to have been airdropped by a drone from throughout the Worldwide Border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district.
On April 1, the BSF had detected and foiled a Pakistani drone motion try on the Worldwide Border (IB) within the Ramgarh sector of Jammu.