The army’s use of unmanned aerial vehicles has become a source of controversy and concern among Indian citizens, especially among journalists.
On Monday, a photograph from the Indian Army’s aerial camera unit was posted to Facebook by the photojournalist Karunadaman Ashrama.
The photo shows a soldier firing a weapon and a man crouched beside it.
“We had just finished shooting a series of photos in our area and the entire crew was shocked and stunned,” said Ashrama, a freelance photojournalism journalist who lives in New York.
“I saw the shot in the background, and I immediately called out to my colleague.
She went to the camera and started to take photos and I started taking pictures as well.”
Ashrama said he and his colleagues had been covering a parade on the outskirts of the city of Jaipur when the soldiers started firing in the sky.
The photographer said he then got the idea to post the picture to Facebook and was instantly flooded with calls and messages.
“People wanted to know more about it, so I decided to share the picture on Facebook,” he told BuzzFeed News.
People were shocked that the army was shooting in an air raid, and the response from the army officers was very positive and supportive. “
The response was overwhelmingly positive and positive comments.
People were shocked that the army was shooting in an air raid, and the response from the army officers was very positive and supportive.
The reaction from the soldiers was very welcoming and respectful.”
But the soldiers’ reaction was largely in response to the photo, and Ashrama was not surprised by the reactions.
“It’s a war zone, and in this war zone it’s not uncommon for civilians to be killed,” he said.
“They were not expecting that a soldier would be shooting in that situation. “
When the army started firing, the soldiers didn’t even know what was going on, and they were very shocked and shocked that a civilian was killed by the military,” he continued.
“So I thought, if the army can shoot in the skies without warning, what if the air-dropped missile system is not just a weapon, but an invasion weapon?” “
Ashrama posted the photo on his Facebook page on Tuesday, along with the caption: “I am an avid photographer and the photo in the caption is from a shoot in a village. “
So I thought, if the army can shoot in the skies without warning, what if the air-dropped missile system is not just a weapon, but an invasion weapon?”
Ashrama posted the photo on his Facebook page on Tuesday, along with the caption: “I am an avid photographer and the photo in the caption is from a shoot in a village.
I am not a military person and this is just an aerial shot.
I’m not trying to justify my actions or the actions of any of my colleagues, but rather to illustrate a military way of operating and being.”
The caption also said that Ashrama “did not ask permission before posting the photo.
I would like to stress that I am posting the picture as a result of the support of the Army.
It is very sad to see such an unprofessional and unprofessional manner by the Indian government and military in dealing with civilian casualties.”
According to the Indian Ministry of Defence, the aerial photo was taken from an unmanned aerial vehicle that is equipped with a camera and a GPS navigation system.
Ashrama did not respond to a request for comment from BuzzFeed News from BuzzFeed.
In a Facebook post Tuesday afternoon, the Army’s Public Relations and Public Relations Management Office said: “The use of manned and unmanned aerial weapons is strictly prohibited by law, including the Defence Acquisition Act.
In accordance with the rules of engagement, the Indian Armed Forces have never deployed or deployed to a country with such a system in its armed forces.”
“The Army has been operating in a state of war since 1971, and has the utmost respect for the Indian civilian population and civilian airspace,” the post said.
The Indian army has long used drones to capture images of battlefield activity and to collect information about its military activities.
The military said it has “robust safeguards” in place for its use of the unmanned aerial system.
The government has denied it has a “robotic war”.
But the photographs in the Facebook post are part of an ongoing war between India and Pakistan.
Earlier this month, Pakistan launched a drone attack on the headquarters of the Indian parliament in New Delhi.
On Friday, India said it would retaliate by launching its own drone attack, which could cause a “catastrophic” civilian casualties.
The drone attack comes amid heightened tensions between India, Pakistan, China and the US, with both countries sending troops into Pakistan in a military exercise that began earlier this month.