Director-General ISPR Lt. Gen. Asim Saleem Bajwa on twitter said that Indian quadcopter was shot down at 4:45pm PST by the troops at Aagahi post in Rakhchakri sector.
Named as “Quad copter”, the Indian drone is alleged to have intruded about sixty meters into its territory and fell near a Pakistani post after the shot.
However, Pakistan Navy once again proved its vigilance and operational competence by detecting and blocking an Indian Submarine from entering in Pakistani waters.
Other reports from the country also state that Indian security personnel targeted the Samahni village in the Barnala tehsil of Bhimber in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Pakistan displayed its military might when its prime minister and army chief traveled to a strategic area close to the India-Pakistan border to observe a military drill.
The Indian navy denied the allegation.
Four civilians were also injured in Indian firing in Samahni sector.
A Foreign Office statement read, “Pakistan condemns the martyrdom of children at Khuiratta sector”.
“The Indian army should man up and accept their losses”, he said.
Indian navy spokesman Captain DK Sharma denied the Pakistani claim, saying it was “all blatant lies”.
India recently accused a Pakistan high commission staffer of spying, and in a tit-for-tat move a media leak in Pakistan accused eight officials of the Indian mission of being involved in “subversive activities”.
Tension between India and Pakistan has spiked to the worst in over a decade after terrorists attacked an army camp in Uri in Kashmir in September, leaving 19 soldiers dead.
The exchange of words indicates the rising tension between New Delhi and Islamabad after both accused each other of ceasefire violations.