As the technology continues to develop, so are the terrorists who are using them extensively. Till now, drones were being used to record videos at wedding marriages, but now terrorists are using them to deliver weapons and detonate bombs. The explosion on the Aramco Company of Saudi Arabia and the AK-47 rifle recovered in Amritsar via drone on Sunday has further strengthened the fact that terrorists have now started using drones. On Sunday, four terrorists of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) have sparked several secrets in police questioning. A large number of them, including five AK-47 rifles, were recovered. Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI had launched a consignment of these weapons in the Khemkaran sector from 23 August to 12 September through drones. It is 30 to 32 km from Ajnala Sector. State Special Operation Cell (SSOC), the intelligence wing of the Punjab Police, has arrested Mahal Singh, a pro-Khalistan prisoner in Fatehpur Jail in Amritsar, on a production warrant.
The SSOC team produced KZF terrorists Balwant Singh alias Baba alias Nihang, Akashdeep Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Balbir Singh and Man Singh (Fatehpur Jail) in the court of Amritsar. Akashdeep used to send the location to ISI. ISI agents used to feed the fixed location to the GPS system of the drone. At the exact time and place, the drone arrives at night and returns after taking off the weapon. Later Akashdeep Singh would have transported the weapon safely from there. The agencies are locating the place where he used to keep the weapon. The location is estimated to be in a village on the Amritsar-Tarn Taran border near the barbed wire. In October 2011, drones were used for the first time during the Afghan war to attack a Taliban convoy. These invading drones were initially with the same countries such as Israel and America, which are considered to be ahead in technology matters. Soon China too joined it. China wishes to sell its weapons worldwide. China started selling its military drones to Middle East countries and today it is providing arms to half a dozen countries. Now the technology of these drones is being changed to a fighter drone. The best example of this is Iran, which has played a key role in transferring the far more sophisticated technology of drones to Yemen’s Houthi rebels.