Pakistani drone seen flying again in Punjab, BSF fired

Oct 22 2019 02:05 PM
Pakistani drone seen flying again in Punjab, BSF fired

Firozpur: Pakistani drones have been seen once again on the border with Pakistan in Punjab on Monday night. Movement of 3 drones of Pakistan was seen on the Hussainiwala border at around 10:30 pm on Monday. Sources said that BSF personnel also opened fire on these drones, but Pakistani drones were successful in returning to their range. The great thing is that these days the flag meeting with Pakistani Rangers is also going on by BSF officials for the entry of Pakistani drones into the Indian border.

Even before this, drones were seen on Pakistan border many times. Earlier on October 10, two drones from Pakistan were seen near Hussainiwala border for the third consecutive day. Both these drones were seen flying over the border village of Hazara Singh Wala. On October 8, BSF was also seen flying the drone at Hussainiwala. Drones were seen flying 5 times towards Pakistan near the India Post border check post HK Tower. These drones once entered the Indian border as well.

This drone flying from Pakistan was first seen from 10 am to 10:40 pm. After this, this drone was seen again at 12:25 pm. While drones continuously coming from Pakistan are a matter of concern among the security forces, there is a panic among the people of the village.

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