The Pakistani foreign secretary told the Indian high commissioner the same thing, following which the NSA offered to check the allegation.
Pakistan Foreign office spokesperson Qazi Khalilluah said that the Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan TCA Raghavan had been summoned and that the issue of the “Indian spy drone” and violation of Pakistan airspace raised, agencies reported.
India on Thursday asserted its forces have retaliated to repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan and cautioned of “effective and forceful response” to unprovoked firing in Jammu and Kashmir. “Photograph of the drone in question shows it is not of Indian design or it is available in the inventory of the Indian Armed forces”.
It may be mentioned that Indian forces have started unprovoked firing at many places on working boundary with Pakistan and Pakistan has placed its concerns with Indian government.
There have been a total of nine ceasefire violations in July. This is an usual way of the Pakistan army to scuttle the civilian efforts to maintain peace between the two neighbor countries. “Two of the injured persons have been shifted to Jammu city for treatment, while the third, Usha Devi, is being treated in a local hospital in Pargwal village near the border” said a senior official of Indian Army.
According to a source, said Dawn, the drone was spotted when it was trying to take pictures of a Pakistani post near the LoC. “There has been a violation of the Line of Control (LoC)”.
Jaishankar said there had been agreement on meetings of chiefs of BSF and Pakistan Rangers and director general military operations of India and Pakistan at Ufa.
Pakistan Rangers, a border security paramilitary force, befittingly responded to the Indian aggression.
A woman and four people were said to have been wounded in firing Wednesday. “The UAV was brought down by Pakistani troops”, the statement said.
India said a women on its side of the frontier was killed in Pakistani firing the previous day.
“Pakistan had also told us three to four days back that it was ready to even put the nuclear strikes against us”.
The fresh ceasefire violation has come after Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi met on the sidelines of a summit in Russian Federation, later giving a joint statement deploring terrorism and vowing to support each oter in their fight against it.