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Drone threat a major challenge for security forces during Amarnath Yatra

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New Delhi , 05 May 2022

As the threat from drones to the Amarnath Yatra poses a major challenge for the security forces, they are procuring hardware to counter the drones and thwart terrorist designs. Admitting that a possible threat from drones is looming over the Amarnath Yatra this year, sources in the Central Reserve Police Force said that they have been preparing to thwart the threats. With the Amarnath Yatra commencing on June 30 after two years, the forces have to gear up to ensure foolproof security for the annual pilgrimage. Sources also said that security agencies are on the highest alert as an attack by drones is the new component in the terror domain. 

The security grid has been asked to put in all efforts to make the pilgrimage to the Holy Cave incident-free. Highly placed sources in the security grid said that the anti-drones mechanism will be put along the routes up to the cave and at the assembly points at the base camp in Baltal and Pahalgam. Sources have revealed there are possible threats from Lashkar-e-Taiba and TRF and therefore, security will be tightened right from entering at Lakhanpur border. 

The individual or public vehicles carrying the pilgrims will be given a RFID tag so that the security agencies can know their location. They also indicated that the anti-drone systems will be deployed at the key checkpoints of the Yatra to thwart any threat from drone attacks. As of now, the Indian Air Force (IAF) and the National Security Guard (NSG) have the drone detection system and they will also be roped in to sensitise the routes. The first drone attack took place at an IAF station in Jammu on the intervening night of June 26-27 last year. Apart from this, there were incidents in Jammu and Kashmir where drones coming from the Pakistan side carried arms, ammunition and IEDs in October last year in Jammu.

 

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