High Alert in Jammu Kashmir as three more suspected Drones seen

There has been a stir in the security area after the blast near the Indian Air Force station on Sunday. Two people were injured in this attack. It was being said that such an attack was seen for the first time in India.

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Published on 29 Jun 2021 4:31 AM GMT

High Alert in Jammu Kashmir as three more suspected Drones seen
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New Delhi: After the drone attack on Sunday in Jammu, three suspicious drones were seen from Monday to Tuesday night. Officials have informed that the three drones have been seen in three different areas of Jammu.

Jammu Airbase Attack:

There has been a stir in the security area after the blast near the Indian Air Force station on Sunday. Two people were injured in this attack. It was being said that such an attack was seen for the first time in India.

According to officials, the first drone was sighted between 1:30 and 4 am in Kaluchak Cantt, second Ratnuchak Cantt and third Kunjwani areas. The investigation into the attack on the IAF station is on. There have been indications that many chemicals, including RDX, were mixed in this attack. In a conversation with news agency Reuters, senior police officer Vijay Kumar said that this incident has come as a new threat to the security agencies.

Drone attack:

According to media reports, It could be possible that there was no human involved other than operating the drone. The longitude and latitude were taken from Google Maps. There is a possibility that the attack may have been done to show its reach to sensitive places. Intelligence sources have also confirmed that Pakistan Army and ISI could be behind the attack.

Top central government sources have said that they will wait for the investigation and forensic results before facing Pakistan with the evidence. Security expert Major General Katoch has said that if Pakistan's hand is seen in this, then it should be treated as an act of war.

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Yogita S.

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