- Pakistan is not deterring from its antics. Its drone activities are continuing in Indian territory. On Sunday night, a Pakistan drone was once again seen in Indian territory close to the International Border in Amritsar, Punjab. The Border Security Force personnel returned after firing. In the search operation, the jawans found an empty bag.
Pakistan not desisting from its actions. Pakistan’s intelligence agency is repeatedly trying to spoil the situation on the Indo-Pak border by sending drones to Indian territory. Once again on Sunday night, a Pakistani drone was seen in village Bharowal of Gharinda police station in Amritsar.
When the Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrolling the border opened fire on seeing this drone, then this drone returned to Pakistan. After this BSF launched a search operation in the area. During this, the BSF jawans found an empty bag, after which the security agencies also swung into action.
BSF personnel was patrolling the Indo-Pak border on Sunday night. During this, he saw a drone, which was going towards Pakistan. On seeing the drone, the BSF jawans started firing but by then it had reached the border of Pakistan. Senior officials were informed about the incident. After this BSF started the search operation in the area. He found an empty bag.
There is a possibility of sending consignments of weapons and heroin from Pakistan through drones. It has become a matter of concern for the BSF and intelligence agencies that how can someone take away the luggage from the bag in such a short time. Last month, a consignment of arms and tiffin bombs was found by the security forces near the International Border in Amritsar. Two days ago, six packets of heroin were found on the Pakistan border in Tarn Taran. This consignment is also likely to be sent from Pakistan through drones.