Pakistan could use bigger drones against India in future: Intel

New Delhi, Jan 27: In the year 2021 there were as many as 68 drone sightings in India and this has raised concerns over a new security threat. The Border Security Force is looking for ways to detect the smaller drones that have been used to smuggle in narcotics and arms from Pakistan.

The investigations that have been conducted into the various drone sightings in the country have established that they are coming in from Pakistan and have been extensively used by terror groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad both in Jammu and Kashmir as well as Kashmir.

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R-Day: Agencies keep close watch on Khalistanis, drones and Al-Qaeda

New Delhi, Jan 26: The Intelligence Bureau has asked the Delhi Police and other security agencies to keep a close watch on possible drone attacks on the occasion of Republic Day.

Anti-drone systems are in place to thwart any possible attack. Further the police are also searching for suspicious people. The agencies have also briefed Delhi Police Commissioner, Rakesh Asthana about the security in the national capital.

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Blasts, sacrilege, drones: Punjab needs to do better on internal security

New Delhi, Dec 23: A blast at the Ludhiana court complex in Punjab has exposed the security mechanism in the state. Punjab which had reeled under the menace of Khalistan terrorism for long was able to successfully beat it and there was peace in the state for long.

However off late a number of incidents are being reported, which go on to suggest that security has become lax. The blast that took place today was inside a court premises which is in the heart of Ludhiana and close to the District Commissioner’s office.

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Be extra vigilant against drones: MHA to agencies ahead of Independence Day

New Delhi, July 26: With Independence Day approaching, the Ministry of Home Affairs has instructed the security agencies to be extra vigilant about any flying objects. The MHA has also advised the agencies to shoot down such objects if they try and go near sensitive areas. 

The Intelligence Bureau has also sounded an alert ahead of Independence Day and said that terror groups would look to strike in the national capital. Groups such as the Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Khalistan groups would look to carry out terror strikes in Delhi, an IB official told OneIndia.

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Drones spotted again in J&K: 4th time since Sunday

New Delhi, June 30: For the fourth day in a row drones have been spotted near military areas in Jammu and Kashmir.

Early today, security personnel spotted two drones in Kaluchak and Kunjwani. A flying object was seen hovering over Kaluchak at 4.40 am and another was spotted at 4.52 AM near the Air Force Station signal in the Kunjwani area of Jammu.

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Pak sent arms into Punjab through 8 sorties of drones: NIA

dronesNew Delhi, Mar 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 9 Khalistan Zindabad Force terrorists in connection with the Punjab drones case. It may be recalled that several drones had been sent into Punjab from Pakistan with arms and ammunition last year. It was further revealed that the accused smuggled consignments of arms, ammunition, explosives and fake Indian currency from Pakistan.

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NBWs issued against Khalistani terrorist for dropping arms in Punjab via drones

dronesNew Delhi, Feb 13: A Special NIA Court at Mohali has issued non bailable warrants against Ranjeen Siingh Neeta, a Khalistani operative based in Pakistan in connection with the dropping of arms case.

The case pertains to the dropping of arms, ammunition, explosives, communication devices and fake Indian currency with the help of drones originating from Pakistan.

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From shoot at sight to drones, how India will counter the Pakistan menace

New Delhi, Oct 19: After being given the go-ahead to shoot down enemy drones, India will now procure drones to counter the enemy threat. With the drone menace at the border up, India will now procure load ferrying drones, loving moving unmanned aerial vehicles and artificial intelligence-based solutions.

This would help in change detection to carry out surveillance at high altitude border areas, sources tell OneIndia.

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Security forces get go ahead to shoot down drones on International Border

dronesNew Delhi, Oct 14: The Indian security forces have been given clearance to shoot down drones that are flying 1,000 feet or below. The decision comes in the wake of the security forces sighting a large number of drones from Pakistan at the border areas in Punjab.

Sources in the Home Ministry tell OneIndia that security forces have been told to shoot down drones that are crossing the boundary and are flying at 1,000 feet and below.

Pakistan is sending drones to India to arm its terrorists

dronesNew Delhi, Oct 12: The Indian Army has said that Pakistan’s latest modus operandi is to use drones to arm its terrorists.

Smuggling of arms into India through the border has become difficult owing to tight security. Hence Pakistan has resorted to using drones to drop off arms and ammunition for its terrorists operating in India.