Drone Strike: Warning to Kerala and Tamil Nadu, Suggestion to Strengthen Surveillance


  • Possibility of drone attacks in the country.
  • Warning to Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
  • Suggestion to strengthen vigilance.

New Delhi: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has issued a stern warning to Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the wake of reports of drone strikes in the country. Authorities urged both states to be vigilant.

The IANS news agency reported that intelligence agencies had received indications that terrorist groups were preparing for drone attacks in border areas.

Several cities in Kerala and Tamil Nadu are under surveillance. The southern districts of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli and Kanyakumari are under surveillance. Tamil Nadu-based organizations like Al-Umma are also under surveillance.

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The fact that people have gone to Syria and Afghanistan to work with terrorist organizations is crucial for Kerala. Faced with this situation, the intelligence agencies of Kerala and Tamil Nadu intensified their surveillance. The Navy and the Coast Guard continue their surveillance and surveillance in the coastal areas of southern Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

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Security is being tightened in Kerala and Tamil Nadu as the investigation into the drone attack on the Jammu and Kashmir Air Force Base continues. Hours earlier, the Chief of Defense Staff, General Bipin Rawat, had said that Pakistan would retaliate vigorously against any modern movement against Indian civilians or military personnel.

Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhauria had said the attack was targeting Air Force helicopters at Jammu airport. Drone strikes are challenging. Steps were taken to prevent this movement. He said the army had jammers capable of derailing control of rival drones, but that they were not installed at Jammu airport.

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