BSF troops recover weapons dropped by Pakistani drone at J&K | India News
JAMMU: Troops of the Border security force recovered a cache of weapons and ammunition dropped by a Pakistani on Friday buzz along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir Samba district.
“On the specific information on the dropping of weapons and ammunition by a drone in the border area of Samba, BSF Troops “It conducted a search operation in the Samba sector on Friday morning,” said BSF spokesman Jammu Frontier.
At approximately 11:30 a.m., BSF troops recovered a yellow polyethylene-wrapped item from a field. An AK-47 assault rifle, a pistol, a magazine, 15 cartridges for a 9mm gun, a wooden frame (used to attach the payload to the drone) and wrapping material were recovered approximately 250 meters within the territory. Indian.
“The efforts of the BSF alert troops deployed in a multi-level grid have once again resulted in the neutralization of the designs of Pakistan anti-national elements that act in deep collusion with the Pakistan Rangers“added the BSF spokesperson.
In the same area, a tunnel was detected on November 22, 2020 and a Pakistani intruder was killed on May 5, 2021. The BSF had neutralized a Pakistani hexacopter in the area on June 20, 2020 and recovered a large amount of weapons and explosives.