Pakistani drone spotted again on Punjab border, BSF opens fire

Amritsar: Pakistani drones were once spotted back on the Indo-Pakistan border at Amritsar in Punjab. However, the drone went back to Pakistan after the border security force (BSF) opened fire on the forests. This incident is of about 4 a.m. today. BSF soldiers spotted drones coming from Pakistan at the border outpost Burj in Amritsar Tehsil Ajnala. After which the BSF's soldiers fired 20 rounds at the drone. The drone returned after the BSF fired. Police and BSF personnel started search operations after the incident.

In Punjab, drones have been coming from across the border for a long time. Pakistani drones entered the Indian border twice in the month of October. Pakistan drones were spotted in Amritsar at the end of October. A drone was spotted near the Shahpur border post on the Indo-Pakistan border in the Ajnala police station area, which was fired upon by the 73rd Battalion of BSF. After the firing, it had gone back towards Pakistan.

One such drone was spotted on the Indo-Pak border in the Amritsar sector on the night of October 19 and 20, after which BSF opened fire. BSF personnel then recovered a kilo of heroin and an iron ring attached to it after searching the area.

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