Srinagar: Locals have spotted drone activity in Kathua in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. This drone was sent from Pakistan. This drone activity has been seen in the Banyadi village of Hiranagar. When the locals spotted this Pakistani drone, they informed the police. The police immediately swung into action and a search operation was launched for the drone. Villagers said that they had seen this drone in the early hours of Thursday (November 10).
It is noteworthy that drone activity is being seen continuously in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir from across the border. These drones are used by many terrorist organizations and intelligence systems from across the border to supply drugs and weapons. Recently, there have been many such cases in the Valley, in which the attacks have been confirmed to send weapons through drones. At the same time, drones are also being used for the drug trade in Punjab. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also discussed this whole issue with senior officers of the Army in the Valley.
At the same time, the Mumbai Police has banned the flying of drones, remote-controlled aircraft, paragliders, private helicopters and hot air balloons from November 13 to December 12, to reduce the possible use of these objects for terrorist activities.