Jammu And Kashmir News: Suspicion Of Use Of Military Drone In Attack On Air Force Station


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There is a suspicion of the use of military don in the attack on the Air Force station. These types of attacks cannot be carried out with commercial drones. The Burak drone available with Pakistan is likely to be used in this. A similar drone was used in the tribal area in 2014-15 to wipe out terrorists during the attack on the Army School in Pakistan. The special thing about this drone is that it can be used even at night. It does not come within radar range. Its speed is 200 kilometers per hour, due to which it strikes the target and comes back easily. This is the opinion of the experts associated with the National Security Studies of the Central University of Jammu.

Experts say that there has been a change in the tactics being adopted for cross-border terrorism of Pakistan. Now by changing the equipment of the army, they are being handed over to the terrorists. Burak drone is with Israel, America, Britain along with Pakistan. Its control is with the Pakistani Air Force as well as the ISI. This drone is with Pakistan since 2009, which can be easily used even in densely populated areas. Experts say that this drone is made of fiber, which can travel 200 to 500 km and fly even at an altitude of eight thousand feet. This combat drone has a low noise and can easily lift a weight of up to five kilos.

Dr. J Jagannathan, Assistant Professor, Department of National Security Studies, Central University of Jammu, says that Pakistan’s name has been coming up on every platform in harboring terrorism. The international community has also taken action against Pakistan in the matter of terrorism. To avoid this grit, he can use drone strikes. There will be a lot of difficulty in getting evidence of attacks from drones, while in other attacks, India prepares dossier against Pakistan. Because of this, he changed his strategy and prepared the terrorists for a drone attack.

Pakistan Army gives drone training to Lashkar
Dr. Jagannathan says that Lashkar may have a hand in the attack, because in 2008 it has been proved that the Pakistani army had also given naval training to Lashkar terrorists. Therefore, there is an emphasis on training about drone strikes as a part of the changed strategy and to avoid the eyes of the world community.

New experiment due to the capture of tunnel technology
He says that the technology of Pakistan’s tunnel is now gradually caught. It takes up to a year to prepare a tunnel as it is prepared with the help of a shovel. Because of the vigilance on the border, Pakistan also plotted a drone attack. He said that extensive technology should be made available to the security forces to locate the tunnel so that human and any other type of activities can be easily detected under the ground.

Very little chance of attack at the local level
According to Dr. Jagannathan, the possibilities of conducting drone strikes at the local level are very less as it requires extensive training. Fitting IEDs or other explosives into commercial drones does not seem to have the potential to carry out attacks. Commercial drones have a lot of noise. A high level of training is required for the drone to hit the target and hit the target with explosives.

The NIA, which is probing the drone attack on the Air Force station, has sent the samples to the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Chandigarh. This will reveal which explosive was used in the attack. On the other hand, cases of drone sightings over military installations in Jammu have come to light for the fourth day as well. There were reports of drones flying over two military camps in the early hours of Wednesday. The army and police categorically denied this. At least 70 soldiers have been deployed to keep an eye on the skies in each of the military camps. Which is especially keeping an eye on the movements of drones.

On Wednesday, there were reports of drones hovering over Kaluchak Military Station and Miran Sahib Military Brigade. Its information was also shared on many social media sites. A military spokesman said no such drone had been seen. The soldiers have been fully alerted. There are instructions to take immediate action if such type of activity comes to light.

If anyone tries to attack anywhere, there will be immediate retaliation. Since the attack on the Air Force station on June 27, there have been reports of drone sightings over military camps for four consecutive days. Drones have tried to attack only once, but they could not succeed. SSP Chandan Kohli said that people should not create an atmosphere of fear about it. Don’t take this type of incident as a joke. First fully see what kind of instrument is visible in the sky. Only then share any information.

Ban on all flying machines including drones in Rajori
Due to the drone attack on Jammu Air Force Station, all flying machines including drones have been banned in Rajori. This also includes toys or small drones. Not only the use but also the possession, storage, sale and transportation of such machines has been banned.

District Magistrate Rajesh Kumar Shawan said in the order that the ban is being imposed in view of the use of drones and flying objects by anti-national elements to cause harm, injury and risk to human life. No drones or small flying objects/toys will be used in Rajori district. If anyone has any such drone camera or flying object, then they should submit it to the local police station. Get its slip from the police station. If drones are being used by any government agency for mapping and surveillance, then its information will have to be given to the local police station in-charge.

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There is a suspicion of the use of military don in the attack on the Air Force station. These types of attacks cannot be carried out with commercial drones. The Burak drone available with Pakistan is likely to be used in this. A similar drone was used in the tribal area in 2014-15 to wipe out terrorists during the attack on the Army School in Pakistan. The special thing about this drone is that it can be used even at night. It does not come within radar range. Its speed is 200 kilometers per hour, due to which it strikes the target and comes back easily. This is the opinion of the experts associated with the National Security Studies of the Central University of Jammu.

Experts say that there has been a change in the tactics being adopted for cross-border terrorism of Pakistan. Now by changing the equipment of the army, they are being handed over to the terrorists. Burak drone is with Israel, America, Britain along with Pakistan. Its control is with the Pakistani Air Force as well as the ISI. This drone is with Pakistan since 2009, which can be easily used even in densely populated areas. Experts say that this drone is made of fiber, which can travel 200 to 500 km and fly even at an altitude of eight thousand feet. This combat drone has a low noise and can easily lift a weight of up to five kilos.

Dr. J Jagannathan, Assistant Professor, Department of National Security Studies, Central University of Jammu, says that Pakistan’s name has been coming up on every platform in harboring terrorism. The international community has also taken action against Pakistan in the matter of terrorism. To avoid this grit, he can use drone strikes. There will be a lot of difficulty in getting evidence of attacks from drones, while in other attacks, India prepares dossier against Pakistan. Because of this, he changed his strategy and prepared the terrorists for a drone attack.

Pakistan Army gives drone training to Lashkar

Dr. Jagannathan says that Lashkar may have a hand in the attack, because in 2008 it has been proved that the Pakistani army had also given naval training to Lashkar terrorists. Therefore, there is an emphasis on training about drone strikes as a part of the changed strategy and to avoid the eyes of the world community.

New experiment due to the capture of tunnel technology

He says that the technology of Pakistan’s tunnel is now gradually caught. It takes up to a year to prepare a tunnel as it is prepared with the help of a shovel. Because of the vigilance on the border, Pakistan also plotted a drone attack. He said that extensive technology should be made available to the security forces to locate the tunnel so that human and any other type of activities can be easily detected under the ground.

Very little chance of attack at the local level

According to Dr. Jagannathan, the possibilities of conducting drone strikes at the local level are very less as it requires extensive training. Fitting IEDs or other explosives into commercial drones does not seem to have the potential to carry out attacks. Commercial drones have a lot of noise. A high level of training is required for the drone to hit the target and hit the target with explosives.

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