Pak enhanced drone capabilities during India-China border dispute
By IANS | Published: July 5, 2021 07:45 PM2021-07-05T19:45:03+5:302021-07-05T20:00:17+5:30
New Delhi, July 5 Pakistan enhanced its unmanned strike capabilities procuring armed drones from Turkey and China ...
New Delhi, July 5 Pakistan enhanced its unmanned strike capabilities procuring armed drones from Turkey and China extensively when India was caught in border disputes with China, sources said on Monday.
The security threat from armed drones allegedly coming from Pakistan in the border areas of Jammu and Kashmir has increased, and the drone attack at the Indian Air Force station in Jammu on June 27 is the best example of that, sources said.
India and China are involved in border disputes for some time now and so far 11 rounds of diplomatic and military-level talks have taken place to resolve issues.
However, apart from de-escalation at Pangong Tso a glacier at 14,000 feet in Eastern Ladakh disputes still remain at the other friction points like the disputed areas of Gogra, Hot Springs, Demchok and Depsang along the Line of Actual Control
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