Islamabad | Pakistan army today claimed to have shot down an Indian spy drone which it alleged was being used for aerial photography near the Line of Control. The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), in a brief statement, said the Indian drone was brought down near the Line of Control in Bhimber area of Pakistan occupied Kashmir.
The army claimed that the drone was being used for aerial photography and was brought down for violation of Pakistan’s territorial integrity. The shooting down of the drone occurred nearly a week after the ice-breaking meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Ufa, Russia.
Pak removes spy cameras from international border
Barmer | Pakistan has removed spy cameras installed at several places along the international border with Rajasthan about a fortnight ago, following objections by Border Security Force (BSF).
There were around ten cameras installed at the height of 15-20 feet, near the border with Barmer, have been removed by the neighbouring country yesterday, BSF DIG (Barmer) P Gautam said here today.
The spy cameras — facing Barmer, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Ganganagar — were installed by Pakistan at several places along the international border with Rajasthan. BSF had raised objection after which Pakistan had stopped the practice and some cameras which were facing Barmer side were removed. Earlier, Pakistan removed cameras from near Jaisalmer.
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