Srinagar , Aug 12 ( KINS): The Jammu and Kashmir Police tested drones which will to be used for aerial surveillance in Srinagar on Independence Day.
A team from Kothi Bagh police station and some experts tested the latest drones at Pratap Park in Srinagar. Officials said the drones were tested within the 2-kilometre radius of the Lal Chowk area in Srinagar.
“We have ten latest drones which will be used for aerial surveillance in and around the main venue for Independence Day in Srinagar,” a police official said.
“Aerial surveillance helps keep a close watch on suspects. It also helps to further strengthen the multi-layer security cover that is put in place on the occasion of Independence Day and Republic Day,” the official said.
Security forces have been put on high alert after inputs were received about militants planning attacks in Kashmir on August 15. Meanwhile, new intel inputs have revealed that Pakistan-based terror outfits have made elaborate plans to target security establishments, forward posts and have been pushing arms and ammunition into the country.