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“PAK reducing its footprints”: Center explains how arms are being smuggled from across the border

A senior official in charge of operations in Jammu and Kashmir told NDTV, “Pakistan is reducing its footprints so that nothing can reach it. That’s why the country is using drones to bring weapons from across the border.” Doing it. Several consignments brought by drone have been traced. Some consignments are yet to be traced.”

According to the official, earlier arms and narcotics used to reach Jammu and Kashmir through trade routes, but now they have adopted new methods. Pakistan does not want to go on the wrong path, but is using drugs to feed the youth.”

A total of 53 incidents of use of drones were detected
Union Minister of State for Home Nisith Pramanik said in his written reply that anti-national elements and smugglers are using drones to smuggle arms and narcotics along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab. A total of 53 incidents of use of drones in arms and narcotics smuggling have been detected in the last three years and till June 30 this year.

Pramanik said, “Many steps have been taken by the government in this regard. This includes 24-hour effective control of the borders by the BSF, surveillance, patrolling, blockades, deployment of observation posts along the international border. As soon as there is any drone activity is sighted, the local police is immediately informed.”

public was sensitized
Union Minister of State for Home Nisith Pramanik said, “The general public has been sensitized in the border areas. They have been made aware about such UAV and drone activities.” The minister also revealed that the Ministry of Home Affairs has set up Anti Rogue Drone Technology Committee (ARDTC) under the supervision of DG BSF. Its purpose is to evaluate the technology available to counter enemy drones.

26 terrorist incidents have happened in Jammu and Kashmir so far this year
Meanwhile, in another reply, the Ministry of Home Affairs said that only 26 terrorist incidents have come to light in Jammu and Kashmir in six months of this year. At least 125 terror incidents and 14 successful infiltrations were reported last year. Whereas in 2021, 134 terrorist incidents and 34 successful infiltration attempts came to the fore.

Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said, “The measures being taken by the government to prevent terrorist violence include proactive anti-terrorist operations against terrorists, identification and arrest of on-ground supporters of terrorists, police, army, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) deployment and night patrolling and area dominance.”

Nityanand Rai said, “Attachment of properties of terrorists and their associates under relevant sections of law, sharing of intelligence among all security forces on real time basis, search operation to thwart any terrorist incident will also be carried out.” Used to be.”

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