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New weapon "ARJUN" in India's hands to prevent drone attacks

India is the second most populous country in the world. India is home to different religious communities and people speaking different languages. Maintaining internal unity and security in India is a major challenge for the Government of India. Moreover, various countries plan to attack India from... more

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India is the second most populous country in the world. India is home to different religious communities and people speaking different languages. Maintaining internal unity and security in India is a major challenge for the Government of India. Moreover, various countries plan to attack India from time to time. Due to this, the Indian defense forces are always alert and have to adopt various methods to thwart attacks.

 

Nowadays, since the Russia-Ukraine war, a new weapon has been increasingly used in the field of warfare, namely drones. No one knows that Russia is carrying out devastating attacks on Ukraine using Iranian drones. These modern drones can silently enter the enemy's area and carry out terrible attacks. Moreover, the use of drones is increasing due to their remote control and lower operating costs.

 

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India understands the importance of drones used in warfare. Besides, it is aware of developing the necessary defense system to resist the enemy's drone attack.

 

An anti-drone approach to India's defense to counter drone attacks was demonstrated recently at the India-US joint military exercise (Shatru Nash) on the India-China border at Ali, Uttarakhand. A kite bird named "Arjuna" has been trained to destroy enemy drones. This is the first time that the Indian Army has started training the Air Force to destroy drones. A dog has also been trained to counter drone attacks. This trained dog is tasked with alerting the Indian Army by hearing the sound of drones. Then this kite named Arjuna will determine the location of the drone and destroy it.

 

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The use of drones by Pakistan along the Indo-Pak border has come to the fore from time to time. A few days ago, a team of Indian BSF seized about three kilograms of narcotics on the border of Punjab, India. Indian border officials said the drug was being sent to India using drones from Pakistan. Apart from this, the use of drones by China, another neighboring country of India, has been observed in the border areas. Many times Chinese drones operating in border areas are not detected by radar. Now he will solve the problem "Arjuna". 

 

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