Pak Army shoots down Indian spy drone: ISPR | Pakistan
RAWALPINDI: The Pakistani army was hit by an Indian spy spy that violated the control line in the Chiricot sector, intersectoral public relations (ISPR) said in
This is the fourth rumble that was shot down by the Pakistani army in the last year. According to ISPR, drones were captured by the Pakistani army.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are often used by Indian troops for espionage and targeting Pakistani positions along VOCs and determining the location of troops.
Tensions along VOCs increased significantly as the right-wing government of Narendra Modi swore to power in India.
Shooting in the LK became the usual practice of Indian troops and inflicted material and human losses on the Pakistan side of the border.