Attempt to deliver weapons to terrorists fails, Army drops drone on LOC


Jammu and Kashmir: The Indian Army has shot down a Pakistani quadcopter in the Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The incident is said to have taken place at around 8 am. When a Pakistani quadcopter was seen hovering over the LOC (Line of Control).

According to preliminary information, the Pakistani quadcopter was built by the Chinese company DJI. The quadcopter model is being referred to as the Mapic 2 Pro. In fact, Pakistan these days fails to infiltrate the Jammu and Kashmir border by sending weapons and ammunition by drone.

These days, Pakistan has started a new use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to provide surveillance and weapons to terrorists. Pakistan is constantly sending drones across the border to Jammu and Kashmir. There has been a surge in such incidents recently.

Last month, police found an assault rifle and a pistol in a village in Akhnoon. The weapons were dropped by Pakistani drones. The Jammu and Kashmir police later seized two AK assault rifles, a pistol, three AK magazines and 90 rounds from a village in Akhnoor area.



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