The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Wednesday, in retaliation for the violation of the Control Line of India (LoC) the previous day, launched attacks through the LoC from Pakistan’s airspace .

“The only purpose of this action was to demonstrate our right, our will and our capacity for self-defense, we do not want an escalation, but we are fully prepared if we are forced to adopt this paradigm,” said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (Mockery).

PAF shoots down two Indian Aircraft

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Wednesday, in retaliation for the violation of the Control Line of India (LoC) the previous day, launched attacks through the LoC from Pakistan’s airspace.

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General Asif Ghafoor, General Director of Public Relations Inter-Services (ISPR), confirmed this action and added that “in response to the PAF attacks announced this morning by the MoFA, the IAF [Indian Air Force] has approved Line of Control” .

“PAF shot down two Indian planes inside Pakistani airspace, one of the planes fell inside AJ & K [Azad Jammu and Kashmir] while others fell in. IoK [Indian-occupied Kashmir] An Indian pilot was arrested by ground troops and two in the area. “

The General Director of ISPR, Asif Ghafoor, CONFIRM TWEETED About The Strike

The Director General of ISPR has announced that he will hold a press conference shortly.

The ISPR division general, Asif Ghafoor, also confirmed the strike as retaliation: “In response to this morning’s attacks by the PAF, issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), Indian aviation has crossed the border. PAF shot down two Indian planes in Pakistan’s airspace. “

“One of the planes fell into Azad Jammu and Kashmir, while the other fell into Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK), an Indian pilot [was] arrested by ground troops and two in the area,” he said.

The plane crashed in an open field near the village of Garand Kalaan in Budgam at 10:05. It split into two and immediately caught fire, officials said, adding that a body had been seen near the site accident.

Police based in Kashmir, India, said two Indian pilots and one civilian were killed after an Indian air force crashed in Kashmir, Reuters reported. However, Indian officials said that three Pakistani aircraft had also entered Indian airspace before being intercepted and forced to turn around.

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