Indian RPV enters Pakistani airspace: Express News

The remotely piloted vehicle was seen flying near Sialkot around 1:55pm.

Web Desk August 03, 2013
File photo of a US drone. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

SIALKOT: An RPV (Remotely Piloted Vehicle) was seen entering Pakistani airspace and exiting through the border with India on Saturday, Express News reported.

Express News correspondent Asif Faraz said that the RPV entered Pakistani airspace near the Chaprar sector in Sialkot at around 1:55pm. It remained in Pakistani airspace for a minute and a half and was sent back when it came to the attention of the Pakistani Air Force.

The RPV was reported to be green in colour and flying at a height of 3,500 feet.

Earlier in June, two Indian fighter planes entered Pakistan’s airspace near Head Sulemanki border. The planes were reportedly five to seven miles inside Pakistan.


farhan | 10 years ago | Reply Our toothless government was sleeping merrily....
Milind | 10 years ago | Reply

@antanu - "it is supplied bu israel…not made in India"

Atleast its not stolen technology...

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