New Delhi: Chinese arms and ammunition dropped by a Pakistani drone were seized by personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) at the Pak-border in the Gurdaspur area of Punjab. BSF officials on Wednesday informed that the seized items included four China-made pistols, eight magazines, and 47 bullets.
According to the BSF, the troops guarding the border became alert when they heard the humming sound of a “suspected drone coming from Pakistan” near the Uncha Takala village near the Pakistan border of Gurdaspur district in the early hours of January 18.
The BSF personnel fired at the drone. Then they heard something being dropped in the area.
A search operation revealed that a packet had been dropped in an agricultural field. The seized packet contained four China-made pistols, eight magazines, and 47 bullets, BSF sources said.