Chandigarh, December 2
A drone was found from a field near the India-Pakistan border in Punjab's Tarn Taran district along with 5 kg of heroin, police said on Friday.
The hexacopter, an unmanned aerial vehicle with six rotors, was recovered in a joint operation by the Punjab Police and the Border Security Force.
"Tarn Taran Police in a joint search operation with BSF have recovered a hexacopter drone equipped with modern technology and packets containing heroin weighing 5 kg from fields near the Indo-Pak border," Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav tweeted.
.@TarnTaranPolice in a joint search operation with @BSF_India have recovered a Hexacopter drone equipped with modern technology & packets containing #Heroin weighing 5Kgs from fields near the Indo-Pak border. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/wgCkFEHfSm— DGP Punjab Police (@DGPPunjabPolice) December 2, 2022
On November 28, two Pakistani drones were gunned down by the BSF along the India-Pakistan border in Amritsar and Tarn Taran districts.
The two hexacopters were carrying around 10 kg of heroin which were recovered by the BSF troops.
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