Pakistani Drone Dropped weapons in Punjab, CM asked for help from Amit Shah


Pakistani Drone Dropped weapons in Punjab, CM asked for help from Amit Shah: Amritsar: A drone from Pakistan has dropped a large number of weapons in Punjab. The Punjab government has become alert after this incident. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has sought help from Home Minister Amit Shah in the matter. The Punjab CM wrote in a tweet that, the recent incident of dropping of consignments of weapons and cartridges using Pakistan drones exposes the nefarious intentions of Pakistan after the removal of Section 370 from Kashmir. I urge Union Home Minister Amit Shah to address this at the earliest. PAKISTANI DRONE DROPPED WEAPONS IN PUNJAB, CM ASKED FOR HELP FROM AMIT SHAH

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It may be noted that the Jab Police claimed in the past that the drone has tried to drop weapons eight times towards Pakistan this month. The case came to light after the Khalistani terrorist module was exposed in the state. The Punjab Chief Minister’s latest statement on the issue comes two days after the Punjab Police exposed a terrorist module of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF). During this time, the Punjab Police arrested 4 Khalistani terrorists in Tarn Taran district.

A large quantity of weapons were recovered from them. Police said these weapons were supplied three to four weeks ago with the help of drones in violation of Indian airspace. Mutabik, a terrorist group of Punjab CM’s office, was plotting to carry out terrorist attacks in Punjab and adjoining states. Police recovered a large quantity of weapons including 5 AK-47 rifles, pistols, satellite phones and grenades during the operation. Seeing the seriousness of the situation, the Chief Minister has decided to get it further investigated by the National Investigation Agency.



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