Union home minister Amit Shah said on Saturday
Union home minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the Defence Research and Development Organization and some other authorities are focusing on homegrown counter-drone technologies, which would be ready soon, and therefore all holes in India's frontier wall will be filled by 2022.
On June 27, a drone was deployed to strike an Indian Air Force (IAF) facility in Jammu with explosions, prompting the statements. Two people were hurt as a result of the explosives. Drones have been observed hovering above military sites in the region on many occasions since then.
“Smuggling of drugs, arms, and explosives through tunnels and drones is a major challenge. Today, it is very important for us to deal with these challenges at the earliest. I am confident that we will soon increase our presence at the borders with Swadeshi (made-in-India) anti-drone technology,” Shah said at an investiture ceremony of the Border Security Force (BSF).
Now at inauguration event, Shah informed senior security officials that it is their essential to create new technologies with the aid of specialists to support India fight with the menace of adversaries and terrorists using Artificial Intelligence and robotics innovation.
The conference was organised by the chief of the Intelligence Bureau, Aravind Kumar, the leader of the Research and Analysis Wing, Samant Goel, the director general of the BSF, Rakesh Asthana, and the leaders of other central police units.
By 2022, Shah claims, all breaches in India's border barrier would be closed, putting a stop to incursion or other rightwing actions.
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