Unidentified drone crashes near Working Boundary

Published July 4, 2015
SIALKOT: Villagers stand beside the crashed spy drone here on Friday. Security personnel took the drone into custody, which crashed in the bordering village of Sakho Chak-Shakargarh along the Sialkot Working Boundary.
SIALKOT: Villagers stand beside the crashed spy drone here on Friday. Security personnel took the drone into custody, which crashed in the bordering village of Sakho Chak-Shakargarh along the Sialkot Working Boundary.

SIALKOT: Pakistan’s security forces took into custody a drone which had crashed near Sakho Chak village in Shakargarh along the Working Boundary on Friday.

Villagers said they heard a loud sound at 1:30pm, the time of the crash.

Security forces reached the place and took the drone’s wreckage into custody.

There was no official confirmation whether it was an Indian spy plane.

Published in Dawn, July 4th, 2015

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