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Terrorism has took different shapes and forms over time in all history. But as of now, the drone attack at the IAF base in Jammu has raised a few important questions all over as this could be the next challenge to focus on. The security breach of the diplomatic compound comes days after the attack has also bewildered the probability of safety over the skies.
Gaping hole in one of the buildings
On the seriousness of the event, India has strongly protested against Pakistan over the violations as a drone was earlier spotted over the Indian High Commission compound in Islamabad. This incident has followed by the twin attack at the Jammu Air Force station leaving a gaping hole in one of the buildings injuring a couple of IAF personnel.
The attack on 27th June could have been done along with the association of the Pakistani terror groups such as Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba said Lieutenant General DP Pandey, Corps Commander of the 15 Corps in Srinagar, said on Wednesday.
Mutual bridge establishment
These events have definitely hurdled in the mutual bridge establishment which had hoped over its total freeze in the JK issue in 2019. In addition to this, Pakistan has been using drones to drop weapons across the border. The Border Security Force (BSF) has frequently reported drone sightings and has shot down some in the last few months.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval
The drone breach had also helped the terrorists with drugs and supplies inside the country as per earlier reports from caught terrorists. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval has raised severe doubts on the terrorists at the recent meeting of NSAs of the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
He also added that the nation should be more aware of the technology in the hands of the terrorists as it could be too late if it’s not identified at the earliest.