'Experimental' drone crashes in Punjab

Locals initially thought drone was being used to spy on Pakistan since Narowal district shares border with India

Web Desk July 03, 2015

LAHORE: An 'experimental' drone belonging to the Rangers crashed in the Shakargarh area of Narowal District, Express News reported on Friday.

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The drone landed in a field in the Shakargarh area, causing confusion and panic among the locals of the area. Locals initially speculated that the drone was being used to spy on Pakistan since the district shares a border with India.

Rangers, who were later handed over the drone by locals, clarified that it was an experimental drone being tested by the Rangers.

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This is a developing story and will be updated accordingly.


Asfandeyar | 8 years ago | Reply Goodness, so much misinformation. The drone is not Indian, nor american it's a German made Luna X2000 and is used by Pakistan Navy, the units were purchased in 2012. Google is your friend.
vicktor d'souza | 8 years ago | Reply @Muhammad: the lady posed a relevant question, what's your beef ? Hot weather charbroiling your brain ?
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