The robot was “brought down” by Line Security Power (BSF) troops around 7:20 pm on Tuesday and it has been removed by the Pakistan Officers, he said.
A Pakistan drone that purportedly dropped drugs into India along the Worldwide Line in Punjab was captured by BSF troops following which it fell on the opposite side, a senior official said today.
The robot was “brought down” by Boundary Security Power (BSF) troops around 7:20 pm on Tuesday and it has been removed by the Pakistan Officers, he said.
The episode occurred close to the Daoke line post in Amritsar.
The robot was seen lying 20 meters inside the Pakistan region inverse Indian line post Bharopal when the region was looked Through on Wednesday morning.
The soldiers later recuperated a bundle containing 4.3 kgs of thought heroin behind the boundary wall in Bharopal town, a BSF representative said.
Authorities said it is thought that the medication parcel was dropped by the robot.
“It (drone) drifted overhead for a couple of moments when counter-drone measures (terminating) were taken and later it fell on the opposite side while returning,” he said.
In an another opiate recuperation case from along a similar line yet not connected with drone dropping, the BSF recuperated 25 kgs of thought heroin from a cultivating field in Fazilka region on Wednesday around 2 am.
The soldiers got cautioned after some movement was seen on the two sides of the India-Pakistan line wall close to Gatti Ajaib Singh town of the region.
“BSF troops terminated towards Pakistani dealers in front of the boundary wall. Be that as it may, dealers figured out how to take off exploiting the thick haze.
“A sum of 25 bundles thought to be heroin weighing roughly 25 kg, a PVC pipe and a cloak were recuperated,” the representative said.