Drone Intrusion from Pakistan: Growing Concern for India’s Security in Punjab Region


Drone Intrusion from Pakistan: A Growing Concern for India’s Security in Punjab Region

A Pakistani drone was spotted flying over Punjab, India, during the early hours of Wednesday morning in the Gurdaspur district. The Border Security Force (BSF) quickly reacted by firing 74 rounds to bring the drone down. Unfortunately, the drone returned to Pakistan, but the incident has raised worries about the potential for future threats.


According to local sources, “These attempts are usually made during the winter because the fog provides an added layer of concealment.” Pakistan has a history of trying to smuggle weapons and drugs into India using drones. Over the past year, the Punjab region has witnessed at least 250 drones. Out of those, 17 were intercepted and forced to the land.

Despite the actions of the BSF, It is evident that additional measures are necessary to safeguard India and its borders against potential threats. The Gurdaspur district is known as a particular problem area regarding drone activity. The BSF has been on high alert in these regions along with the 553-kilometre international border that Punjab shares with Pakistan.

Residents of the Punjab province have expressed their concerns about the incident on social media. Amritsar resident Rajesh Patel said, “I can’t believe that a drone from Pakistan was able to fly so close to our border. Think about the damage it could have caused if it had gotten through.”

Another resident, Jyoti Singh, added, “I have full faith in the BSF and their ability to protect us. But it’s clear that we need to be even more alert.”

A third resident, Gurpreet Singh, pointed out the possible economic impacts of the incident. “Not only is it a security threat, but it’s also a major trouble for our farmers. These drones could carry drugs that could ruin their crops and livelihoods.”

The situation in Punjab is complex because of its security, economic, and agricultural implications. The Indian government needs to take a comprehensive approach to address the issue of drones from Pakistan and ensure its citizen’s security.


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