The drone sighting continues for the third day in the Pakistani city of Hussainiwala along the Indo-Pakistan international control border in Ferozepur, Punjab. According to Border Security Force (BSF) sources, drones were seen coming from the Pakistani side in Ferozepur for the third consecutive day. Earlier on Monday and Tuesday, Pak drones were seen cruising here. The Punjab Police is investigating the case after two drones carrying arms from across the border across India to Pakistan were caught on the Indo-Pakistan border in about a month. According to BSF sources, on Wednesday evening, drones were seen entering Pakistan from Hussainiwala village in Ferozepur district. It was first seen at 7.15 pm. After this, security forces personnel and then local people also confirmed to see the drone. The police is investigating
Villagers had taken pictures of the drone on their mobiles.
Earlier, another suspected drone of Pakistan was found flying over Indian territory on Indo-Pak border in Hussainiwala area on Tuesday night. Villagers had taken pictures of the drone on their mobiles. An official said that the news of the sighting was first reported in the village of Hazar Singh Wala at 7.20 pm and after that it was seen at Tendiwala village at 10.10 pm. Earlier, Pakistani drones were seen three times in the same area on Monday night. A police spokesman said on September 27 that police teams were also looking for links to terrorist organizations in sending these drones sent from Pakistan.
He clarified that so far only two drones have been seized, including one found in a burnt condition in Dhabal Nagar of Tarn Taran district last month and the other three days ago. According to the investigation so far, since the abolition of Article 370 from Kashmir in August, many terrorist organizations of Pakistan have been sending weapons to India. The two seized drones appear to be from different terrorist organizations affiliated to the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI.