While the NSG team reached there on Monday after two drone strikes on the Air Force’s Air Force Station in the early hours of Sunday, security is being reviewed on the other side. Here, Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta held a high-level meeting on Monday regarding the movement of drones and the dangers arising from them.
During this, the DGP of Punjab directed that drug hot spots should be identified. Along with this, he also ordered the arrest of drug smugglers. Here, the Indian Air Force has officially admitted that the air force station in Jammu was attacked by a drone on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. In the FIR lodged by the Air Force with the Jammu Police, there has been mention of being attacked by a drone.
Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta today held a high-level meeting to review the recent drone movements and threats posed by them, in view of the IED explosion at the Air Force base in Jammu. Police chiefs have been directed to also identify drug hotspots and arrest drug smugglers.
— ANI (@ANI) June 28, 2021
Not only the Air Force Station, the Kaluchak Military Station was also targeted. Fortunately, the army thwarted that possible drone attack. This is the first case of its kind in the country when drones have been used to target military bases.
Here, Shiv Sena Dogra Front (SSDF) workers on Monday raised Pakistani flags in protest against the drone attack on the Indian Air Force station here and the killing of a special police officer, his wife and daughter by terrorists in Pulwama district. lit up.
Bombs were dropped by two drones at the Air Force station located at the Jammu airport in the early hours of Sunday. Two Air Force personnel were injured in this attack. Hours later, terrorists shot dead an SPO, his wife and daughter, in a village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
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