Bsf: BSF fires at suspected Pak drone in Samba, launches search | India News

JAMMU: A large search operation was launched on Wednesday after the Border Safety Drive (BSF) fired at a suspected Pakistani drone in a ahead village alongside the worldwide border in Samba district of Jammu & Kashmir, sources mentioned.
“The BSF troops manning the Chamliyal border outpost in Ramgarh sub-sector observed a blinking purple mild within the air for a while at round 2:30am on Wednesday and anticipating it to be a drone from Pakistan, the troops fired just a few rounds to deliver it down,” an official mentioned.
Nonetheless the suspected drone returned to the Pakistani facet, officers mentioned.
Sources additional added that with the primary mild of daybreak a large search operation was launched within the ahead villages adjoining Chamliyal, Sapwal and Narayanpur border outposts to make sure that there was no dropping of any weapons or narcotics.
After the incident, the district police additionally intensified naka checking in border areas to apprehend suspects, reminiscent of receivers of the cross-border consignment, if any, dropped within the space, sources added.

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