Pakistan fighter jets breached Indian Air Space in J&K’s Poonch and Nowshera sectors on Wednesday but were instantly pushed back by Indian aircraft on air patrol, according to the senior officials. Pakistan jets dropped bombs while returning, the officials added.
However, there were no casualties or any sign of damage. “Pictures of craters formed from Pakistani bombs dropped near Indian Army post in Rajouri sector,” ANI tweeted.
J&K: Pictures of craters formed from Pakistani bombs dropped near Indian Army post in Rajouri sector. Pic courtesy: Army sources) pic.twitter.com/bAqG1YW3AO
— ANI (@ANI) February 27, 2019
After Indian Air Force conducted deadly air-strikes on Pakistan’s terror camps, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) of Pakistan Asif Ghafoor gave a huge warning. He said: “We will respond differently and surprise you.”
Needless to say, Major General Asif Ghafoor denied the “air strikes” claim by India. Major General Asif Ghafoor addressed the reporters in a news conference, “Almighty Allah is all powerful. Let India come and stay in Pakistani airspace for 21 minutes. We will see what will happens next”.
“The jets entered Indian air space over Nowshera and Poonch sectors this morning,” the officials added in a statement. But the reality is that they were pushed back by Indian jets. Indian jets went into Pakistan occupied Kashmir and destroyed Pakistan’s F16 after it violated air space.
Today morning, Indian Air Force (IAF) jet had crashed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district on Wednesday due to ‘technical difficulties’. The jet crashed in an open area near Garend Kalaan village in Budgam at around 10.05 am, according to the officials.
The jet broke into two parts and then caught fire quickly, according to the officials. They said that two bodies were discovered near the accident spot. The identity of the deceased is not yet confirmed.
The jet crash happened a day after “IAF aircraft” conducted air-strikes at Jaish-e-Mohammed training camp in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province situated around 80 kilometres from the Line of Control (LoC)
As per the officials, IAF jet crash is a separate incident and has absolutely nothing to do with the Pakistani jets entering Indian airspace.
(Source: News 18, TOI, ANI)