Pakistani jets violate Indian air space, enter border areas of Nowshera sector in J-K's Rajouri district
New Delhi | Just a day after Indian Air Force's airstrike on the terror camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), a Pakistani Aircraft has violated India air space.
According to News Agency PTI, the Pakistani jet entered the border areas of Nowshera sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri distirct.
Responding to the air space violation, Indian officials said, Pakistani jets violate Indian air space in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch and Rajouri sectors, drop bombs on way out.' Officials further added that they were immediately pushed back by Indian jets on air patrol.
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
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Taking precautionary measures the Indian Administration have suspended all the Civilian air traffic to and fro to the Srinagar airport in Jammu and Kashmir.
More Details Awaited.