Drone near International Border in Jammu vanishes after BSF fires

The Border Security Force fired on a drone that was seen near the International Border in Jammu. The drone disappeared after BSF personnel shot it.

In a statement, the BSF said that on the intervening night of July 13 and July 14, our troops observed a flashing red light in the Arnia sector around 9:52 p.m. at a distance of 200 meters on their own. side.

The warning troops fired from his position towards the flashing red light, so he returned. The area is being searched. So far nothing has been found.

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More than 300 drone sightings have been reported along the India-Pakistan border since 2019 when Article 370 was repealed in Jammu and Kashmir. A week ago the first drone strike in India was reported, when two explosives were dropped at an Indian Air Force base in Jammu and Kashmir. India and Pakistan recently agreed to a ceasefire along the border.

However, the silence from Pakistan was short-lived and has now blamed New Delhi for the blast outside the residence of Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief Hafiz Saeed, an accusation India has dismissed. Pakistan has upped the ante in Jammu and Kashmir since the repeal of section 370.



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