India deploys NSG force at IAF’s Srinagar, Jammu stations

Gurgaon, India

India has deployed National Security Guard (NSG) force at the IAF stations in Srinagar and Jammu to protect these vital installations from drones.

The Director General of the NSG force, M A Ganapathy, speaking during the 37th raising day celebrations of the force, also known as the ‘black cats’, at its garrison in Manesar said that the NSG force had been deployed to provide anti-drone security cover to the vital installations.

The first-ever drone attack took place on June 27 at the Indian Air Force (IAF) station in Jammu where two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) dropped bombs, injuring two airmen and damaging a portion of a building.—KMS

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