Another Pakistani military drone shot down along International Border in Sri Ganganagar: On Saturday, the Indian Army claimed to shot down a Pakistani military drone in Sri Ganganagar sector of the Indo-Pak border which falls in Rajasthan, as per the recent reports.
The throw down of the drone came in the middle of intensified tension in the middle of India and Pakistan after the Indian Air Force (IAF) hit a terrorist training camp in Balakot and following retaliation by Islamabad.
This was considered to be the third unsuccessful effort by Pakistan to send a spy drone inside India ever since the February 26 airstrike.
However, on the other hand on March 4, a fighter jet of the Indian Air Force shot down a Pakistani drone in Bikaner sector of the Indo-Pak border with the usage of an air-to-air missile. The Pakistani drone was shot down by a Sukhoi-30 aircraft.
An additional Pakistani drone was shot down by India on February 27 in the area of Indo-Pak border in Kutch in Gujarat region.
This high tension between India and Pakistan started from 14th February 2019 when the 70 vehicles in the convoy came under attack which was on its way from Jammu to Srinagar. In this attack a vehicle knock against into the CRPF bus and was loaded with almost 200 kg explosives. The incident took place in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
In this terror attack at least 42 jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed. Terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility for this disgraceful attack on CRPF jawans. The powerful blast, which concentrated the bus to a crushed heap of iron, was also heard from many kilometres away.
After this terror attack everyone from India want revenge and strict action. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the other hand gave full control to the Indian Armed Force to take their revenge from the terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
In order to take strong action against Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group Indian Air Force, early morning on 26th February 2019 took part in an operational task to drop 1,000-kilogram bombs on what were allegedly terrorist launchpads across the Line of Control.
India carried out air strikes on terror training camps across the Line of Control at around 3:30 am early morning. Just two weeks after 40 soldiers were killed in Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir region, 12 Mirage 2000 fighter jets of the Indian Air Force dropped 1,000 kg bombs on terror camps of the Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen.
After this attack from Indian Air Force the tensions between India and Pakistan rise up than ever before.