Surveillance continues with military helicopters and drones
Jammu 04 October (KMS)
On the occasion of Indian Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian occupying administration has suspended mobile internet services in the districts of Jammu and Rajouri to hide the actual ground situation of the occupied area from the outside world.
Financial Commissioner Home RK Goyal has issued an order in this regard.
On the occasion of Amit Shah’s three-day visit, helicopters and drones of the Indian Army are conducting air and ground surveillance in Jammu, Rajouri and Kashmir Valley. A dozen army helicopters and more than 100 high-tech drones are being used for the operation.
It should be remembered that during the visit of the Indian Home Minister, the Indian Army, paramilitary forces and police personnel have already been deployed and strict security measures have been taken in three enclosures. The cordon and search operations are ongoing in the districts of Rajouri, Jammu, Ramban, Udhampore, Kulgam, Islamabad, Pulwama, Shopian, Srinagar and Baramulla. A senior Indian official, on condition of anonymity, told the media that drones help prevent anti-India protests and monitor the ground situation.