BSF Spots Drone Hovering Near Indo-Pak Border in Ferozepur For Third Consecutive Day, Says Report
File image of security personnel at the border | (Photo Credits: PTI)

New Delhi, October 10: The Border Security Force (BSF) spotted a drone for the third consecutive day on Thursday. The drone is suspected to have entered from Pakistan, as in the earlier instances. The drone entered last evening from the India-Pakistan border in Hussainiwala area in Punjab's Ferozepur district, reported ANI. The drone was first spotted around 7.15 pm on Wednesday and later by villagers as well. Pakistan Drones Continues to be Spotted Flying Near Indo-Pak Border in Punjab.

Earlier, another Pakistani drone was spotted hovering near Ferozepur in Punjab on Wednesday just like the previous day, the Punjab police said. They also captured pictures of a drone on their mobiles.

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According to a tweet by ANI, Ferozepur DSP Sukhvinder Singh said that the Police has been spotting a drone like object flying near India's border with Pakistan over the last few days, following which the Border Security Force (BSF) has been out on high alert. Singh said that teams have been formed to investigate and have approached Border Security Force (BSF) also. On Wednesday, another similar drone was spotted flying in two villages in the Indian territory along the India-Pakistan border in Hussainiwala area in Punjab.