Image representation of Army and Drone
The drone was sighted near the international border in the Arnia region of Jammu state around 4:25 am Friday.
According to preliminary information, the drone was found near the fence. However, he did not cross the border and remained with Pakistan.
"The drone was coming from Pakistan post-Zummat and was flying just near the International Border, but could not cross the fence," an official mentioned.
To avoid danger, the Border Guard Service (BSF) fired five or six shots at the drone, but could not. The drone lurked in the area for a while before returning to Pakistan.
Shortly after the incident, a BSF spokesman said: “This morning (Friday) at about 4:25 am BSF informed the military that they would be firing at a small Pakistani hexameter while trying to cross the IB in the Arnia sector. He [drone] will return soon and attack the area.
Two drones loaded with explosives crashed into an Air Force station at Jammu Airport early Sunday morning in what may have been the first drone strike in Pakistan by a terror suspect, officials said.
Meanwhile, the army said that the drone was used at the brigade headquarters in Kaluchak. Ratnuchak at midnight from Sunday to Monday, The next day, did not confirm or deny the movement of drones through military bases such as Sunjan, Miran Sahib, Kaluchak, and Ratnuchak.
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