India’s border security force considers counter drone technology to protect western region

The Times of India reports the India’s Director General of the border security force western command, SS Panwar, told reporters that the force is planning to acquire anti-drone technology as part of multiple techniques required to guard the borders. Panwar visited border outposts in Shahgarh bulge area of 108 battalion and took stock of operational readiness, effectiveness and other security arrangements. Battalion commandant Satyanand Pandey, sector north DIG Arun Kumar Singh and other company commanders briefed him about the entire border area. Addressing a soldier’s meet at Veerhill BOP, he warned them about the threat of drones and advised them to remain alert, says the report.

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