News from PTI, Pakistani airplane, bombs dropped in Indian airspace

News from PTI, Pakistani airplane, bombs dropped in Indian airspace
27 Feb

New Delhi: Pakistan Army has violated the air border between the Indo-Pak tensions and has dropped bombs in Poonch and Rajouri. According to the news agency PTI, an official said that Pakistani aircraft violated the air border in Naushera sector of Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir and returned after the bomb was demolished. Keep in mind that the government has not confirmed Pakistan’s move.

According to PTI, Pakistani aircraft have not suffered any kind of damage to India. The aircraft returned to the air after coming into action from Air Force. According to the news agency Reuters, Pakistan’s three aircraft had entered India. Following Pakistan’s move, Leh, Jammu, Srinagar and Pathankot Airport have been placed on high alert.

In the meanwhile, the plane of ordinary passengers has been stopped at Srinagar airport. Only the army connected with the movement are moving. Pakistan had violated the siegefire on the ground at 10-15 places late in the night. After that many Pakistani Rangers were killed in India’s action.

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Earlier this morning the Indian Air Force had entered into Balakot in Pakistan and took major action. The Air Force bombed the camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed. More than 300 Pakistani terrorists were killed in this operation. That was shocking that Pakistan had spoken of action against India.

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Keep in mind that on 14th February, India took this action in exchange for a terrorist attack in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir. 40 CRPF personnel were martyred in the Pulwama terror attack.

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