The Fact News Service
Amritsar, April 27
Border Security Force (BSF) shot down a Pakistdrone sneaking into the Indian territory, carrying packets of Heroin and Opium, near Dhanoe Kalan village of Punjab’s Amritsar, officials said on Thursday.
The BSF troops recovered a black coloured Drone (Quadcopter, DJI Matrice 300 RTK) in partially broken condition during the initial search of the area, informed BSF Punjab Frontier.
Among other materials recovered included a big packet wrapped with yellow adhesive tape containing two packets of suspected heroin and two small packets of Opium, one iron ring attached to the consignment, added the BSF.
The Gross weight of the two packets of heroin was 2 kg and that of Opium is- 170 grams.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Border Security Forces (BSF) on Wednesday intercepted a drone infiltrating from the Pakistan side by opening fire at it.
“A rogue drone entering from the Pak side was intercepted with firing by alert BSF troops in Amritsar Sector. On being fired, the drone returned back to Pak side”, BSF said in a statement.