Army helicopters, drones used for surveillance in IIOJK
Jammu, 04 October (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian authorities have suspend mobile internet services in Jammu and Rajouri districts, today, on the occasion of Indian Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to hide real ground situation of the territory from the outside world.
An order in this regard was issued by the Financial Commissioner Home (ACS) R K Goyal.
Meanwhile, Indian army helicopters and drones are conducting aerial and ground surveillances in Jammu, Rajouri and Kashmir valley on the occasion of Amit Shah’s three-day visit.
A dozen army helicopters and over 100 hi-tech drones have been pressed into service for the purpose.
The Indian army, paramilitary and police personnel have already been deployed while security beefed up to three-tier mark on all highway of territory while the cordon and search operations and frisking continue in Rajouri, Jammu, Ramaban, Udhampure, Kulgam, Islamabad, Pulwama, Shopian, Srinagar, and Baramulla districts.
A senior official told the media on the condition of the anonymity that the drones not only help in keeping an eye on the ground but also serve as a deterrent against any apprehended anti-India protests.