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Strict vigil will continue on the border! India is buying 67 drones from an Israeli company


Bright Times News: The Ministry of Defence is going to emphasize the use of drones in border security. And for this reason, it is reported that India is going to buy 67 drones from the Israeli company. Drones are expected to be deployed along the Indo-Pak border and the Line of Control.

There has been little controversy over Pegasus spyware. The Israeli spy was alleged to be monitoring more than 40 prominent people in India, including government and opposition leaders and ministers.

The controversy erupted up to the Supreme Court. New Delhi is reportedly set to sign a drone deal with an Israeli company. If everything goes well, the Ministry of Defence can buy 6 drones for surveillance.

According to official sources, there may be an agreement with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to buy drones. The Indian government is reportedly set to sign a 3 billion deal after fierce competition with a US-based company.

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Sources further said that the drones could fly at an altitude of 500 mm above the ground. The drones will reportedly be adapted for operations along the Indo-Pak border. In April this year, a tender was submitted for the purchase of 67 rotary wing drones. According to the terms of the contract, the drones will be manufactured in India. Rotary rotary-winger is said to operate like helicopters.

One of the features of drones is the high equal high quality The drone can record photographs and video clips at temperatures from -5 degrees to 55 degrees Celsius. Also, can send real-time drones that can monitor at night as well as during the day.

Sources further said that these new drones are most effective on the Pakistan border, especially in Rajasthan, Punjab, and Gujarat. If surveillance fails, the drones can return safely. In addition, there is a special system called Global Satellite System to prevent battery shortage surveillance. Also, an important feature of the cameras is that the recording mode automatically shuts off when the operation is over.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the drone festival in India on May 27. While speaking, the Prime Minister emphasized the use of drones in the government sector as well. And after that, the issue of drone deals with the Israeli company got to a new level.

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