New Delhi: India today dismissed fresh Pakistani allegation that the drone it downed along the Line of Control (LoC) on July 15 was operated by the Indian Army as a "pure fabricated" and "disinformation campaign."
"On a day, when terrorists from Pakistan carry out an attack in Gurdaspur, the Pakistani Army issues a statement on the alleged increase of violations by India on the LoC. It is funny," Army sources said.
Asked about Pakistan army's release of pictures showing footage of a drone shot down on July 15, purportedly showing Indian territory, the sources said "it is fabricated and a part of the misinformation campaign."
Pakistan Army had yesterday alleged that forensic tests of the drone it downed along the LOC on July 15 showed it was operated by the Indian Army.
Pakistan Military spokesman had alleged that the visuals retrieved out of the drone indicate that the Quadcopter flew from a Indian post.
Sources drove attention to Chinese media reports which have said that the drone, which was shot down on July 15, was never sold to India.
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