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Pakistani drone sighted in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba, search operation underway

Pakistani Drone In J&K: The Special Operations Group (SOG) on Sunday conducted a search operation in the border area of ​​Jakh in Samba, Jammu and Kashmir. The police were informed about the sighting of a suspicious drone by the villagers. The Deputy Superintendent of Police said they launched a search operation after villagers informed them about a suspicious drone here. SOG DSP Gharu Ram said that Pakistan has once again carried out the drone conspiracy in Samba.

He said, “According to the defense sources, a drone from Pakistan entered Indian territory on Saturday evening, after which there was a stir among the local people.” The DSP further said that the drone was spotted at Sarathi Kalan, which is a border village in Samba sector. The drone then went from Dera and Madoon village to Regal and from Chak Dulma back to Haider Post in Pakistan. The drone was flying at a height of at least 1 kilometer above the ground.

Search operation continues

Security forces went to the spot to take stock of the situation and launched a search operation in all the areas in the morning. DSP Gharu Ram said that Pakistan has made such efforts many times in the past, in which it has landed arms and ammunition in Indian territory through drones. The SOG of Jammu and Kashmir Police is also conducting a massive search operation in Bandrali, Jakh and other adjoining areas of Samba.

Pakistani drone was also seen in Punjab

The DSP further said that this area is very sensitive and we have started a massive operation with CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police. Earlier, a Pakistani drone was spotted this month near the International Border in Gurdaspur, Punjab. The drone flew back towards Pakistan after Border Security Force (BSF) personnel fired several rounds at it.

107 drones sighted near international border

According to the BSF, till July this year, a total of 107 drones flying across the border were sighted inside Indian territory, compared to a full 97 last year. Last year, out of 97 drones coming from across the border, 64 were seen in Punjab, 31 in Jammu and two in Jammu from the Line of Control (LoC). As of July 2022, 107 drones were sighted near the International Border, including 14 in Jammu and 93 in the Punjab sector.

A senior BSF official had said that most of these drones have come from Pakistan and are used to deliver narcotics, arms, explosives and ammunition.

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