Indian Forces dogs to be equipped with special cameras in Occupied Kashmir

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Indian Forces dogs to be equipped with special cameras in Occupied Kashmir

NEW DELHI - In Occupied Kashmir, normal life continues to remain badly hit on 79th consecutive day today with heavy deployment of Indian forces and strict restrictions in place under section 144.

Public transport is off the roads. Shops and business centers barring few hours in the morning and evening continue to remain shut.

The Central Reserve Police Force units deployed in IOK have planned to equip their dogs with special cameras which will help handlers to understand what dogs are viewing.

The process of purchasing these cameras has been initiated.

The officials have claimed that CRPF will be the first Indian force to purchase these cameras for its K9 unit.