Representative image from APNews reports indicate that drones were seen hovering over military installations in Jammus Ratnuchak Kaluchak and Sunjuwan in the early hours on June 29, just days after the attack on Jammu's airbase.According to the Hindustan Times, the drones were seen between 12.30 and 4.30 AM. Chandan Kohli, senior police superintendent, told the Hindustan Times that they were informed by the Indian Army about the drones being spotted. The matter was being investigated by the police.Sunjuwan is home to an army brigade. This drone sighting was not reported by the defense forces. In February 2018, terrorists from Jaish-e-Mohammed, (JeM), attacked the Sunjuwan army base. Six soldiers and one civilian were killed in the attack, which also caused injuries to 20 other people. Three attackers were also killed.Also, drones were reportedly seen over Ratnuchak Kaluchak's military zone on June 28. This prompted soldiers and their fire.On June 29, the Centre handed the probe into the Jammu drone attack to National Investigation Agency (NIA). Two bombs were dropped on the Indian Air Force (IAF), injuring two people. At 1.40 AM, the first explosion occurred. Six minutes later, another explosion took place.Officials stated that the first blast had penetrated the roof of a one-story building in the high-security technical area. The second explosion occurred in an open area.It is a dual-use airport that belongs to the IAF, but can also be used for commercial flights. It is located in the suburbs of Jammu.Read: The human cost drone warfare: A look at the most devastating drone attacks in historyJammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Sing also stated that another major attack was prevented when a person suspected of being affiliated with Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a Pakistan-based terrorist outfit, was arrested with an improvised explosion device (IED), weighing in at 6 kilograms in Jammu. Officials were still investigating the drone attack on the airbase at the time.In earlier news reports, it was suggested that Pakistani investigators are investigating the possibility of Pakistan's involvement in these incidents.Since February, the ceasefire between India & Pakistan has been largely maintained along the Line of Control. The ceasefire between India and Pakistan has been maintained along the Line of Control (LoC) since February. However, Pakistan Rangers allegedly violated the ceasefire in the Ramgarh Sector of Samba, Jammu and Kashmir on May 3. India's Border Security Force (BSF), stated that it retaliated against the violation. There was no loss of life.