Amritsar: A Pakistani drone managed to airdrop around five kilograms of heroin on the ground of a school at Neshta village near the Indo-Pak border. According to sources, police were on high alert following an intelligence input of the contraband being dropped. Past Tuesday midnight, drone movement was observed near Neshta village which was more than a kilometer inside Indian territory, following which police fired upon the unmanned aerial vehicle. The drone then dropped the drugs and flew back. Sources said Gharinda police had rounded up four local smugglers and begun investigations.