Drone seen again in Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistani drone entered two and a half km from the border, the army fired upon them

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He was hovering over the military camp in Nandpur, the border village of Ramgarh.

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At around 9.30 pm on Thursday night, at around 9.30 pm in the border village of Ramgarh sector on the International Border, the Pakistani drone entered two and a half kilometers inside the Indian border. The drone was hovering near the military camp. When the soldiers saw them, they fired and chased them. After this the drone returned to Pakistan. The army informed the BSF officers

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about this. After this, BSF jawans also took over the front. After the incident, police reached the spot and started action.

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It is worth mentioning that after the drone was sighted on the Line of Control in Palanwala sector on Wednesday night, the army fired upon it and dispersed it. Meanwhile, flashing lights were also seen in the sky on Wednesday night at the Air Force station. However, the Air Force has not confirmed this. A day earlier, drones were also seen in Arnia and Hiranagar.

At 9.45 pm on Wednesday night, a Pakistani drone was seen hovering near the fencing in Palanwala sector. When the army heard the sound of the drone near the Raja post, it opened fire. This drove the drone back to Pakistan territory. Sources said that it was a Pakistani quadcopter that was sent for surveillance in the area.

Khod police station in-charge Balwinder Singh Bhau said that the Pak drone was driven away by the army, but for security, the police checked the vehicles by putting up blocks in the border Palanwala area. A search operation was also conducted in the border villages. The army also launched a search operation along the border. According to sources, a white light was seen over the Air Force station late on Wednesday night. However, the sighting of the drone has not been confirmed by the Air Force.

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Continuous drone movement on the border
For the last few days, continuous movement of drones is being seen on the border. On July 2 also, Pakistani quadcopter tried to enter Indian territory in Arnia sector, but it returned after BSF firing. On June 27, two bombs were dropped while attacking the Jammu Air Force Station with a drone. Two Air Force personnel suffered minor injuries in this. Earlier on Tuesday night, a drone seen in Arnia sector was fired upon by BSF.

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At around 9.30 pm on Thursday night, at around 9.30 pm in the border village of Ramgarh sector on the International Border, the Pakistani drone entered two and a half kilometers inside the Indian border. The drone was hovering near the military camp. When the soldiers saw them, they fired and chased them. After this the drone returned to Pakistan. The army informed the BSF officers about this. After this, BSF jawans also took over the front. After the incident, police reached the spot and started action.

Also read- Jammu and Kashmir: The people of Jammu will get the gift of ropeway, after thirty years any such ropeway has been constructed in the state.

It is worth mentioning that after the drone was sighted on the Line of Control in Palanwala sector on Wednesday night, the army fired upon it and dispersed it. Meanwhile, flashing lights were also seen in the sky on Wednesday night at the Air Force station. However, the Air Force has not confirmed this. A day earlier, drones were also seen in Arnia and Hiranagar.

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