Indian spy drone shot down by Pakistan Army

The Pakistani Army has shot down an Indian government spy drone after it was discovered abusing the global airspace limits, the military authorities have told media.

The ‘spy drone’ was drifting into the Pakistani airspace into the Chirikot segment in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, when it was shot at by the Pakistani Army. Making the news open just as of late, the Media Wing of Pakistani Army asserted this was the fourth automaton that was grounded by the Pakistan Army amid the most recent year.

A week ago, the Pakistani Foreign Office brought up its worries about the Indian military use of drones. The representative had said, “India’s improvement of automaton innovation is stressing when found in the bigger setting of its development and extension of military capacities in the customary and non-ordinary spaces, which are subjecting territorial key security to expanding strain.”