Pakistan military claims downing of Indian drone
The Pakistan Army today claimed to have shot down an Indian drone which it alleged had 'intruded' into Pakistani territory across the heavily-guarded LoC
Islamabad: The Pakistan Army on Saturday claimed to have shot down an Indian drone which it alleged had "intruded" into Pakistani territory across the heavily-guarded LoC.
"Indian quadcopter has been shot down by Pakistani troops at 1645 (hrs), fell in Pak territory & taken over by Pak troops," army spokesman Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa tweeted.
Reference my last tweet,Indian Quad Copter has been shot down by Pakistani troops at 1645,fell in Pak territory& taken over by Pak troops.
— Gen Asim Bajwa (@AsimBajwaISPR) November 19, 2016
He claimed the drone had "intruded 60 metres into the Pakistan side of LoC" and its debris "fell near Agahi Post in Rakhchakri Sector".
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