New Delhi: On Wednesday and Thursday nights, four suspicious drones were sighted at different locations on Samba and Jammu in Jammu and Kashmir, the day after a drone was found in Jammu. Waiting for more details.
Intelligence sources said that the drones seen around Jammu Air Force Base on Tuesday night were detected by anti-drone radar placed there by the National Security Guard (NSG). An intelligence source told ANI: “On the night of July 13, the radar discovered that the drone was flying about 3 kilometers from the air force base, and all relevant agencies were alerted to its movement.” They added that the drone was flying. He disappeared from the scene shortly after being picked up. They said they are looking for the drone and the source of its activities. After the drone attack, NSG deployed an anti-drone system in the city. Jammu Air Force Base last month.
A few days ago, terrorists used armed drones to attack the Air Force Base (AIF) in Jammu.
In recent weeks, drone activity has been detected in several other locations across the union territory. There have been cases where Army and Border Security Force (BSF) troops at the border opened fire on them. The Jammu drone attack did not cause any damage to air force materials or equipment, but two personnel suffered minor injuries.
Srinagar, Kupwara, Rajouri and Baramulla have enforced bans on the storage, sale, possession, use and transport of drones and other similar unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).