Rawalpindi: After China, Pakistan has also given a strong reply to India’s cross-border transgressions and shot down its spy quadcopter near the Line of Control (LoC).
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), an Indian spy quadcopter was shot down by Pakistani troops in Rakhchikri sector. The Indian spy drone had entered a distance of 650 meters in Pakistani territory.
This is not the first time India has attempted to spy on Pakistan with the help of a four-rotor aircraft. In April this year, the Pakistan Army shot down an Indian spy drone to enter Pakistani airspace. The Indian spy drone violated the LOC in the Sankh area and entered 600 meters inside Pakistan.
Last year, the Pakistan Army shot down three quadcopters, crushing the enemy’s intentions. The first quadcopter was shot down on January 1, 2019 in Bagh Sector. A day later, India again tried to violate Pakistani borders in the Satwal sector, which was thwarted by the Pakistan Army.