GettyThe Rustom 2 is understood to have the capabilities to fly for up to 24 hours straight
Islamabad’s foreign office spokesman, Mohammad Faisal, issued the concern during a weekly media briefing amid concerns New Delhi could utilise the technologies for surveillance and reconnaissance.
He said: “India’s development of drone technology is worrying when seen in the larger context of its buildup and expansion of military capabilities in the conventional and non-conventional domains, which are subjecting regional strategic stability to increasing strain.”
India recently carried out a successful test of its Rustom 2 drone that is regarded as being similar to the US’ predator drones.
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It is unknown if there are any future plans for India to place weapons on their drones.
The Rustom 2 is understood to have the capabilities to fly for up to 24 hours straight.
Mr Faisal declared that the Indian drones should abide by the UN charter, international humanitarian law, and other