Success: BSF Caught ‘Made In China’ Drone Of Pakistan, Captain Took A Jibe At Channi

The Border Security Force has succeeded in downing a drone from Pakistan in the Ferozepur sector. After the drone was shot down, the search operation is going on in the area, it is feared that the drone was returning after throwing a consignment of heroin or weapons. For the first time in Punjab, when a drone coming from Pakistan has been successful in shooting down.

According to the information, at around 11 pm, the soldiers of Border Security Force Battalion 103 were on patrol in the Amarkot area. He heard the sound of a drone near BOP Waugh. The patrolling team of the Border Security Force started aiming towards the voice. In the meantime, they realized the fall of the drone, after which the soldiers started the search operation in the area at the same time. The drone was found dropped on the Indian side 300 meters from the border. This place was the foot of the facing installed on the border. It is feared that the drone was returning after throwing a consignment of weapons or drugs, after which the search operation is going on in the surrounding area.

China made drone

According to the information, the recovered drone is China Made. Black stripes were installed on the black colored drone so that the lights on it could not be seen in the dark. This 6-winged drone is about 5 feet wide, which can carry a load of 8 to 10 kg with it from one place to another.

Captain took a jibe

On the other hand, Captain Amarinder Singh took a jibe on Twitter when the drone was caught in Punjab. He said that instead of doing Bhangra throughout the day, CM Punjab should advise his Home Minister to be proactive and come out of denial mode. He told Channi that if your party president listens to you then also ask him to ask your elder brother Imran Khan to stop trying to harass our state Punjab.

Earlier, the Border Security Force on Friday caught heroin worth Rs 130 crore from the border. Taking advantage of the dense fog, Pak smugglers had reached the Indian border to throw heroin packets. After realizing their activities, a special search operation was conducted at this place in the morning. BSF has found about 25 packets of heroin, whose weight is estimated at 26 kg, 700 grams. Heroin is estimated to be worth Rs 130 crore in the international market. The incident took place near Mojam Forward, BOP (outpost) of BSF.

According to intelligence sources, the BSF Battalion-66 personnel were patrolling in the thick fog on Thursday night along with the fencing on the border. He felt the movement of Pak smugglers across the fencing in the thick darkness. On Friday morning, BSF jawans led by their senior officers launched a search operation in this area. It is noteworthy that on Thursday the first mist of the winter season occurred. Smugglers of both the countries were waiting for the mist. Under the guise of this mist, Pakistani smugglers had come to deliver heroin.