Pakistani fighter jets pushed out of Indian air space in Nowshera sector; aircraft dropped bombs while returning, say officials
Pakistani fighter jets violated Indian air space in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district but were pushed back by Indian aircraft
Pakistani fighter jets on Wednesday violated Indian air space in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nowshera sector
The Pakistan Air Force jets were pushed back by Indian aircraft on patrol
Officials also said that Pakistani jets dropped bombs on way out of the Indian territory
Jammu: Pakistani fighter jets on Wednesday violated Indian air space in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district but were pushed back by Indian aircraft, a top official said.
"The jets entered into Indian air space over Nowshera sector this morning," the official said. They were immediately pushed back by Indian jets on air patrol.
Officials also said that Pakistani jets dropped bombs on way out of the Indian territory.
This action comes a day after the Indian Air Force carried out air strikes in the wee hours of Tuesday morning on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps across the Line of Control in Balakot, Muzaffarabad and Chakoti.
Since Tuesday evening, ceasefire violations by Pakistan's troops have been reported. On Wednesday, Pakistan Army shelled Indian posts in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector, while ceasefire violation was reported in Rajouri.
This comes after army officials revealed that the new modus operandi to indoctrinate and train Kashmiri youth in militancy was to call them through proper visa channels, rather than having them take the risk of crossing the border illegally.
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