Troops of Border Safety Pressure (BSF) on Monday shot down a Pakistani drone carrying narcotics alongside the worldwide border in Punjab’s Amritsar, mentioned a BSF official.
The official mentioned that two packets suspected to be heroin have been seized throughout the search.
“BSF shot down a Pakistani drone carrying narcotics close to the Worldwide border in Punjab’s Amritsar. Troops of 144 Corps of BSF performed an operation within the BOP Rajatal space by which a drone has been shot down. 2 packets suspected to be of heroin have been seized,” Ajay Kumar Mishra, BSF Commandant, Amritsar mentioned.
Earlier on Sunday, officers mentioned the BSF shot down a Pakistani drone carrying narcotics close to Worldwide Border close to Punjab’s Amritsar.
The BSF troops deployed within the depth space heard the buzzing sound of a suspected Pakistani drone within the Dhanoe Kalan village in Amritsar district round 8.48 pm on Saturday, the BSF mentioned in an announcement.
“The BSF troops instantly reacted to intercept the drone as per the laid down drill and efficiently downed the Pakistani drone with contraband,” it mentioned.
In the course of the preliminary search of the world, the BSF troops recovered a “drone (Quadcopter, DJI Matrice, 300 RTK) together with a consignment containing three packets of suspected narcotics, connected with the drone by the technique of the iron ring, from the farming fields of Dhanoe Kalan village.”
The BSF mentioned that 4 luminous strips had been additionally discovered connected to the consignment for simple detection of smugglers.
“The gross weight of the recovered consignment of suspected heroin is roughly 3.3 kg. One other nefarious try of Pakistan foiled by vigilant BSF troops,” added the BSF, which is remitted to protect 3,323 km India-Pakistan border.
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