According to sources, the drone flying from Pakistan was first seen from 10 pm to 10:40 pm on Monday night. After this, the drone reappeared at 12.25 pm.
New Delhi| A Pakistan drone was spotted on the Ferozepur Hussainiwala check post along the border in Punjab on Monday night. BSF sources said that the Pakistani drone was seen at the border 5 times. Reportedly, once it was seen entering the Indian border as well. BSF immediately reported the drone to the Punjab Police.
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According to sources, the drone flying from Pakistan was first seen from 10 pm to 10:40 pm on Monday night. After this, the drone reappeared at 12.25 pm. Since Tuesday morning, BSF, Punjab Police and security agencies have been conducting search operations in the area.
It is feared that the drone came to spy on the BSF colonies in Hussainiwala. However, there are also apprehensions that weapons or drug consignments have been sent from Pakistan with the help of drones.
80 kg explosive was sent to Punjab
Punjab Police Chief Dinkar Gupta had said on September 24 that between 9-16 September, 80 kg of explosive material was sent to Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir through 8 Chinese drones. Pak terrorist organizations are plotting big blasts in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir. For this, the Pak Army and ISI are supporting the terrorist organization Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF). On September 22, 4 members of the KZF were arrested from Tarn Taran in Punjab. One of these drones was recovered on the spotlight of terrorist Akashdeep.