Pakistani army claims to shot two spy drones, sent by India
International| Pakistan, sending the terrorists in India through the border, is now busy making many claims. Pakistan claims that it has killed Indian spy drone in the last two days. Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor of the Pakistan Army released the photograph for two consecutive days and claimed it. Ghafoor claims that he piled up the Indian spy drone in the Bagh sector.
Asif Gafoor, while issuing a picture of the drone, wrote that the Pakistani army targeted the spy drone on the first day in Bagh Sector and then Satva Sector. However, the Indian army has described this claim of the Pakistani army as utterly wrong.
Significantly, Pakistan, who is making such accusations against India itself, sends terrorists, Pakistan Army infiltrators and BAT Army to spread terror on the border of India. In such a situation, it is difficult to believe in the truth about Pakistan's allegations.
Let us tell you that on December 31, 2018, India had demolished Pakistan's terror plan. Pakistan's border action team was trying to infiltrate into India in the Naugam sector of Line of Control, located on Indo-Pak border. This attempt was overturned by India and two soldiers were killed.
Let us tell you that Pakistan, which failed to enter India through the ground, is now trying again through the sea route. Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said in the Lok Sabha that Pakistani terrorists are trying to enter India through the sea route, for which the Indian army is mortified. It is noteworthy that during the terror attack in Mumbai on November 26, 2011 terrorists came from the sea only.
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