Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Security at Indian airport beefed up after drone crash

New Delhi: The Indian government has stepped up security at the Amritsar's Guru Ramdas International Airport, sources said on Tuesday.

A senior government source told IANS: "The security at the Amritsar airport has been beefed up following the recovery of drones along the India-Pakistan border."

The source said, the Indian Air Force (IAF) earlier last week issued the orange alert following the recovery of the drones from the border area.

"So keeping in mind the security threat to the Amritsar airport, snipers have been placed at the watch towers and other important places at the airport along with the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)," the source said.

He said, the security was beefed up three to four days ago. "And the high security at the airport will remain for next four to five days," he added.
02/10/19 IANS/Khaleej Times
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