Pakistani drone, carrying rifles and grenades, shot down by BSF in Jammu and Kashmir


The Border Safety Power (BSF) on Saturday morning hours picture down a Pakistan drone near Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir, hauling weaponry, explosives, forearms and ammunition.

This is the first incident in Jammu location each time a drone transporting biceps and triceps and explosives was photo down with the BSF. As outlined by mass media records, the 8×8 drone (from blade to blade) was transporting American-origin M4 gun, two publications, ammunition and seven grenades.

The officers claimed that the drone, that was found by the BSF at Rathua small town from the location of Border Out Publish (BOP) Pansar around 5.10 am, was adopted by Pakistan sponsored terrorists to smuggle tools.

Jammu & Kashmir: Weapons retrieved from your Pakistani drone photo down by Edge Security Force (BSF) workers in Kathua these days.



The representatives said that nine rounds had been fired by these people to chance across the drone 250 metres inside of the Indian territory. “It is considered the Pakistani rangers manning the forward posts reverse BOP Pansar had been controlling the drone,” reports organization PTI offered BSF officials as saying.
The BSF officers additional said that the Pakistani rangers fired a few rounds on Babiya post in Hiranagar market around 8.50 am. However, there was no retaliation through the BSF protecting the IB and the condition is now being watched closely, the representatives documented.


Director Common of Authorities Dilbagh Singh informed information organization IANS the consignment was designed for the Jaish e Mohammed (JeM) terrorists from the Valley. “Smuggling weapons on drones took place in Punjab, but this is the novice weapon consignment was directed by way of a drone into Jammu and Kashmir,” he said advised IANS.

The officers further more documented that comparable tries to smuggle tools were actually foiled earlier in other places bordering Pakistan, specially in Kupwara, Rajouri and Jammu industries.
“Looking at the sort of weapons which have been retrieved, it appears to be whoever accounts for it was striving to generate a main incident. It is obvious the drone came from Pakistan,” Border Protection Power (Jammu Frontier) Inspector General NS Jamwal was quoted as expressing by news organization ANI.

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