ISLAMABAD: India has deployed its Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) at the Line of Control (LoC) for surveillance of Pakistan, citing sources ARY News reports.
Sources said that the UAV — aka drones — bases have been set up at Poonch and Rajori sectors of the Line of Control. The aircrafts will be controlled from its base in Srinagar.
It is said that the drones will collect data and monitor the movement at the border.
It should be mentioned that Pakistan had shot down an Indian drone at LoC in 2016.
Pakistan had built and developed UAVs named National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM) Burraq which can easily target terrorists.
The first ever use of Burraq drone was made when it targeted a terrorist compound in Shawal, resulting in the death of three terrorists.