Pak Army shoots down another Indian spy drone: ISPR
Pakistan Army has shot down another Indian Spy quad copter on Thursday near airspace in Sankh Sector along line of control.
According to the DG ISPR, the Indian spy drone crossed the line of control about 600 meters inside Pakistan territory for spying. After detecting this drone, Pakistan Army took action to refute the quad copter immediately.
Pakistan showed balancing act as Indian quad copter violated the existing laws pertaining to air space and the norms prevalent between the both states along line of control.
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This is not first time, however, Pakistan had already shot Indian quad copter in January 2020 which violated the boundary limitations along the line of control.
The relations between Pakistan and India have been ordeal after Narendra Modi had formed second time government of Bhartiya Janta Party in India. India has been continuously violating the line of control boundary (LOC) massively especially after Pulwama attack in February 2019.
There is flaring up in tensions between Pakistan and India in the recent past pertaining to Kashmir as well. Indian government has scrapped article 370 of Indian constitution removing the status of independent parliament of Kashmir and Modi government has given ‘union’ status to Indian occupied Kashmir.
Similarly, India government has imposed curfew and lock down in Indian occupied Kashmir since August 5, 2019. This has made the lives of the Kashmiris vulnerable to many social and economic issues. People have been facing interruption in internet, unavailability of basic necessities and the educational institutions re also closed in the territory. The Modi government has also imposed curfew in Kashmir which has brought severe criticism to India from all over the world. Meanwhile, the United Status of America president Doanld Trump during his visit to India in February asked Narendra Modi to end curfew and lock down in Kashmir. Recently, 6 international human rights organizations have also condemned the Indian government stand in Kashmir.