Punjab: BSF recovers Chinese weapons dropped by Pakistani drone near international border

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The spokesperson said that on the intervening night of January 17-18, BSF personnel heard the sound of a “suspicious drone coming from Pakistan” in Uncha Takla border village area of ​​Gurdaspur district.

New Delhi / Gurdaspur. The Border Security Force (BSF) has recovered a cache of arms and ammunition, possibly drone-dropped, near the International Border in Punjab. Officials gave this information on Wednesday. The spokesperson said that on the intervening night of January 17-18, BSF personnel heard the sound of a “suspicious drone coming from Pakistan” in Uncha Takla border village area of ​​Gurdaspur district.

He said the BSF team fired in the direction of the suspected drone and heard the sound of something being dropped on the ground. A search was conducted in the agriculture field from where the noise had come and during the search four Chinese made pistols, eight magazines and a pack of 47 bullets were recovered, the spokesman said.

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