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India Intercepted Pak Intelligence Agency And Pak Rangers Chatting

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Pakistan is awash with failed attempts to infiltrate terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. In the same rage, he is in the position of dropping weapons and ammunition through drones. This is the fifth time in a week that the drone has been spotted in the same area where Pakistan had earlier tried to drop weapons, but vigilant Indian security forces confiscated those weapons.

Chatting decode of ISI and Pak Rangers

Indian intelligence agencies have decoded a chat by Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and Pak Rangers. In this chatting, the code word “Parinda” has been used for drones which Pakistan is using to send weapons from Jammu’s international border Kathua, Samba, and Hiranagar sectors. Indian security agencies have sent a detailed report in this regard to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs.

Sources told Aaj Tak that ISI and Pak Rangers have established a drone station in Shakargarh. Before dropping weapons or infiltrating terrorists in Indian territory, Reiki is done from these drones to know the position of Indian security forces. According to sources, in the last one week, unsuccessful attempts have been made by Pakistan to rake the security forces through drones more than 5 times.

On November 21, a drone movement was seen along the LoC (Line of Control) in the Mendhar sector amid ceasefire violations by the Pakistani Army. On 20 November, two drones were seen from the direction of Pakistan. On 29 November in the Samba and RS Pura sectors, Pakistani drones were seen, which was fired upon by the BSF.

Anti-drone system to give a befitting reply to the intention of Pakistan

Meanwhile, BSF sources told Aaj Tak that anti-drone systems will be deployed quickly at 12 places in the border areas. BSF is initially deploying them on the international border of Jammu, Punjab, and Rajasthan. This new anti-drone system will be equipped with jammers and sensors. It will also have the facility to monitor 360 degrees. Through this, any drone coming into the Indian border can be monitored.

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