Gujrat Police Knocked Down Pakistan’s Drone In Kutch, Gujrat


A Pakistan drone was shot down on 26 February on the international border in Kutch district of Gujarat. Police sources have revealed this information. According to the sources, the debris of the drone is found near Nanghatad village of Abdasa taluka of Kutch. Locals said that after listening to the buzzing sound at around six o’clock in the morning, the villagers reached the spot and saw the leftover the debris of the drone. According to sources, this drone of Pakistan was taken down by Gujrat police.

The loud noise of burst caused the entire village to shake. Later it was revealed that it was a drone for spying from Pakistan, which Gujrat police had shot down. At 6 o’clock in the morning, as soon as the Indian army carried out the incident of taking down the drone several higher officials of the government reached the scene as soon as they got the information.

On questioning, if the Indian Armed Forces had shot down the Pakistani drone, a police official told on condition of anonymity that such an incident has happened, and officials are investigating it. They have taken the leftover debris with them to further examine it. The official, however, refused to give further information. Indian Air Force fighter jets dropped bombs on several terrorist camps in the Pakistani part on the other side of the LoC early on Tuesday.

After the Pulwama attack, India took a major brave step and crossed the LoC and demolished many hideouts of Pakistan military and terrorist camps in Muzaffarabad and Chakothi in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Not only this, but the aircraft of Indian Air Force has also attacked the Balakot province of Pakistan, destroying several launch pads of terrorists, which is about 50 kilometers away from the LoC.

After part 2 of the Surgical strike in Pakistan, a high alert in Gujarat is issued after the attack by IAF. Significantly, the high alert has been announced in Gujarat after the response of the Indian Air Force to Pakistan. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has also convoked a high-level meeting for discussing the matter of security and law and order. This action has been done just exactly after 12 days after the suicide attack by Pakistan militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad on February 14 in Pulwama, Jammu Kashmir. In this attack, about 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred. India is now trying best to isolate terrorist sunken country Pakistan completely from the world.