Pak Army Takes Down Indian Spy Drone in Azad Kashmir

Pakistan Army has downed another Indian spy drone close to the Line of Control (LoC) for violation of airspace, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has confirmed.

According to the ISPR, the Indian drone had intruded about 650 meters inside Pakistan’s territory near the Rakhchikri sector at LoC. The drone was engaged in aerial photography when it was brought down in a swift retort by Pakistan Army, the military wing said.

 


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In a similar development last month, Pakistan Army shot down India’s surveillance drone near Sankh Sector. The incident occurred on April 9 when an Indian spy quadcopter entered about 600 meters for surveillance purposes.

Commenting on the development, the ISPR office had said that such unwarranted actions from the Indian side will not be tolerated.


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Such airspace invasions from the other side of the border have become a frequent recurrence, especially after February 27, 2019, when Pakistan Air Force shot down two Indian aircraft in a rare airborne battle over airspace violation.


  • I am a Pakistani, but let me tell you that I have this as my personal toy. These drones are easily available in the market. Even I have the advanced DJI Drones as well. Please don’t confuse these toy with an Actual Spy drone.
    International media will laugh at us with these types of news and claims.

    Many people in AJK and Punjab has this as their personal toy and they are flying around even at the borders.

    • Do you mean this DJI drone which has professional camera cannot be used as a Spy Drone by India?
      Dude you can buy an F-16 with Camera and use it for spying.
      Remember when it comes to reconnaissance anything can be made useful..!

  • This is the “DJI drone” commonly available on Amazon, Alibaba etc. Please don’t make a fool out of yourself. This is a famous drone for Sports and Photography enthusiasts.
    I even own the website for such quadcopters.
    As a Pakistani we should not make a fool out of ourself.


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