RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army shot down another Indian quadcopter on Line of Control (LOC) today DG ISPR Tweeted.
— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) May 29, 2020
According to the Pakistan Army Public Relations Department (ISPR), the Pakistan Army shot down another Indian quadcopter on the Line of Control (LOC). The Indian quadcopter had entered Pakistani territory in the Nekrun Sector. the Indian quadcopter had entered Pakistani territory up to 700 meters DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said.
It should be noted that two days ago, the Pak Army had shot down an Indian quadcopter. The Indian spy quadcopter had entered Pakistani territory at a distance of 650 meters in the Rakh Chakri sector.
Violations of the LoC by India continue. Earlier, civilians were fired upon and shelled on the Line of Control, as a result of which several civilians, including Pak Army personnel, were martyred.
It may be recalled that the Indian quadcopter was shot down by the Pakistan Army in April this year. The ISPR said that this Indian move was a violation of the 2003 ceasefire agreement.
Also in March last year, the Indian Army had shot down an Indian drone on the LoC. The Indian drone was shot down on the Chakri sector on the LoC. The quadcopter drone had entered Pakistani territory up to 150 meters.
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— Safina (@sheikhsafina) May 29, 2020
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— Naveed khan zain (@NaveedKhanZain1) May 29, 2020
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— Engr.Saad Kaleem ?? (@WordsOfKaleem) May 29, 2020
I think India has ONLY "Quadcopters."
— ??. ???? ?ℎ?? ???? (@skusadr) May 29, 2020
What is the problem with India? Why don't they pay attention to the poverty and hunger that causes people to commit suicide and play such cheap games?
— Shahjhan Malik | #GetVaccinated (@shahjhan_malikk) May 29, 2020
Great job, your tweets are right Now Rubbing salt on Indian wounds.
— fouzia Hameed (@fouzi_s) May 29, 2020