Indian Army`s UAV crashes near LoC in Kashmir
Naushera: An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) of the Indian Army crashed near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.
Media reports said the UAV, which was on a routine training sortie, crashed near Rajal village of Nowshera area in the state`s Rajouri District on Monday afternoon.
An investigation has been ordered into the crash and will be conducted by a special team of the Army.
"An unmanned aircraft crashed near Rajal village. This area has a lot of villagers, however no casualties have been reported and everyone is safe. A police party is present at the site and the Army`s concerned authority will come here to further investigate," said Additional Superintendent of Police Ravindra Sharma.
A detailed probe into the incident has been ordered, he added.
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