Meet 2-Yr-Old Labrador Doti, The Nemesis For Drug Trade Along LoC, J&K
Indian Army has been actively keeping a check on infiltration along the Line of Control bordering Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir through surveillance devices and other motion-detection equipment. The Army also has a weapon to prevent drug trafficking in the area -- a two-year-old Labrador name Doti.
The drug detection canine has been deployed at a checkpoint in Poonch district's Hamirpur after a spate of drug seizures were reported in the area.
The checkpoint, which Asianet Newsable's Anish Kumar visited recently, has what is termed as an anti-infiltration obstacle system. Watch this video to know more.