Jammu Twin Blasts: Drones Deliver Explosives; The first incident in the country

Highlight:

  • The IED, which was brought in using low-flying drones, fell into the area.
  • The Air Force made it clear on Twitter.
  • This is the first attack of its kind in India.

Jammu: The twin explosions at an air force controlled airport in Jammu were reportedly carried out by a drone. The country is shocked by the terrorist attack, one of the highest security areas in the country.

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The IED, which was brought in using low-flying drones, was dropped in the area. The Air Force made it clear on Twitter.

The Air Force tweeted that there were two explosions in the technical area of ​​Jammu Air Force Station on Sunday morning. One caused minor damage to the roof of the building and the other exploded outdoors. The equipment was not damaged. Civil agencies have launched an investigation into the incident.

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According to the national media, this is the first attack of its kind in the country. The IAF patrol team also reportedly saw the explosive device fall as well.

The two explosions occurred five minutes apart on Sunday. The first explosion occurred at 1.37 am. At this, the roof of the building collapsed. The second explosion occurred at 1.42 am, five minutes later.

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