India shoots down Pak drone in Gujarat

ANI is reporting that Indian Army has shot down a Pakistani spy drone in Abdasa village, in Kutch, Gujarat. A Pakistani unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was on Tuesday shot down near the International Border in Kutch district of Gujarat. Debris of the UAV was seen near Nanghatad village in Abdasa taluka of Kutch, they said. Police and Armed forces have already secured the site.

The incident occurred at around 6 am, on hearing a loud thunder like sound villagers went to the spot and found the debris of the UAV, the sources said. The official confirmation of the incident is still awaited.

Earlier Indian jets had pounded terror bases deep inside Pakistani territory claiming high casualties, including (possibly) high profile terrorists like Maulana Yusuf Azhar potentially being dead. The Indians are responding against a terror strike by Jaish-e-Mohammad on 14th Feb which claimed lives of 44 CRPF personal

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