Army shot down Indian spy drone along Line of Control

Pakistan will continue to support struggle for freedom by Kashmiris for right to self-determination

Pakistan will continue to support struggle for freedom by Kashmiris for right to self-determination

In a statement on Twitter, DG ISPR Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor said that the wreckage of spying drone shot down by shooters was held by Pakistan army.

In another incident in the mid of July, an Indian spy drone, was shot down in the Bhimber area near the LoC after infiltrating the Pakistani territory.

He said "extra-regional powers" should be mindful of such actions, which can undermine strategic stability in South Asia. "In 2017 to date, Indian forces have carried out more than 1,150 ceasefire violations along the LoC and the Working Boundary, resulting in the "shahadats" of 49 innocent civilians and injuries to 165, as compared to 382 ceasefire violations in 2016", he said.

Pakistan has Strongly opposed supply of armed drones by the United States to India and warned that the deal between the countries could increase chances of "military misadventures", leading to conflict in the area. "Some reports of a drone crash in PoK are being referred to".

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Responding to reports that the U.S. is planning to sell drones to India, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria told reporters that Pakistan has consistently maintained that preserving regional stability should be a fundamental consideration in any global arms transfer.

Zakaria said that Pakistan has consistently maintained that preserving regional stability should be the fundamental consideration in any worldwide arms transfer. "No drone or UAV crash of the Indian Army has taken place", a spokesperson of the Indian Army had said.

Faisal will replace Zakaria, who was recently appointed the ambassador-designate to Malaysia.

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