Pak Army shot down the spy quadcopter
Pakistani border soldiers on Wednesday shot another Indian spy drone in the same number of days after it flew into Pakistani airspace along the Line of Control, the main military representative said on Twitter.
Real General Asif Ghafoor, the executive general of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), said the Indian quadcopter was brought down after it flew into the Pakistani side of the LoC in Satwal Sector.
He additionally shared the image of the automaton in his tweet on the person to person communication site.
A day earlier, the military had shot down an Indian quadcopter flying over the Pakistani side of the LoC in Bagh Sector.
A year ago, four remotely-steered Indian quadcopters had been shot somewhere around Pakistani troops for damaging its airspace along the LoC.
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These automatons are flown by Indian powers to keep an eye on the Pakistani positions.
The most recent Indian incitements came minutes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi ventured up talk saying in a meeting on New Year’s Day that “it would oversight to anticipate that Pakistan should repair its ways at any point in the near future.