Ground Report | Jammu: Flying objects were seen in Jammu; For the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday, security forces personnel have seen flying objects at three different places in Jammu, in such a situation, the fear of drones has not stopped.
News agency KNO quoted sources as saying that the drones were seen hovering over Miran Sahib, Kaluchak and Kunjwani areas of Jammu in the early hours of today, where there is a significant army presence.
Flying objects were seen in Jammu
Sources said, “At around 4:40 am an unidentified flying object/drone of 1000 meters height was spotted near Goswami Enclave Kaluchak and around 4:52 am a flying object/drone near Air Force Signal Kunjwani area. was seen.” All activities were observed near defense installations.
In the last four days, at least seven drones have been sighted in and around military installations in Jammu. Meanwhile, the Army, Special Operations Group of Jammu and Kashmir Police, and other agencies have started an investigation into these incidents.
Earlier, in a first-of-its-kind attack, drones were used to drop explosives in the high-security technical area of Jammu airport on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. Later, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) took over the investigation of the attack.
On Monday, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) were seen taking off inside the army base at 11:45 pm and another at 2:40 am. The UAV was spotted on a stretch of Kaluchak-Purmandal road on Jammu Pathankot National Highway.
Officials had said that army personnel fired at the drones to neutralize them, but both the drones blew up. Similar activity was witnessed near Sunjawan Military Station on Tuesday as well. Sources said security officials spotted a drone around 2.30 am in the Kunjwani, Sunjwan, and Kaluchak areas of Jammu. “The drone, however, could not be traced after some time,” he said.
PM Modi’s high-level meeting after suspected drone attack
However Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Tuesday in view of the suspected drone attack on the Air Force Base in Jammu.
In this meeting, emphasis was laid on formulating a broad-based policy to deal with the emerging security threats and future challenges facing the country.
Regarding this important meeting held two days after the incident at Jammu Air Force Station, a person involved in the meeting told the newspaper that the government is soon coming up with a policy to collectively deal with the emerging challenges.
Various ministries and departments are working on this policy to effectively meet the emerging new and non-traditional security challenges facing the country.
The Ministry of Defense and the three Services, in coordination with all key stakeholders and security agencies, will play a leading role in policy formulation as well as its implementation.