Tribune News Service

Ravi Dhaliwal

Gurdaspur, July 10

Notwithstanding the success of yesterday’s anti-drug drive initiated by the Punjab Police, senior officers are firm of the opinion that drugs will continue to flow into Punjab from across the border till effective steps are taken to blunt the efficacy of Pakistani drones.

Officers engaged in the battle against drugs admit that these flying machines are getting more and more sophisticated with every passing day. The border belt has always been considered to be a fertile ground by Pakistan to push in dope.

The BSF is acquiring anti-drone guns and jammers, which will be placed at strategic locations near the IB in Punjab. Similar equipment is already in use in J&K.

Keeping in view the threat of these flying contraptions, Gurdaspur SSP Harjit Singh said for the last one month, the police were combing the agriculture fields of Dorangla and Kalanaur police…