India-Pakistan border became hot due to Kashmir’s Talwala militant attack Air strikes of India have increased the excitement of this tension. India strikes the Pakistan-controlled Kashmir in the middle of the Line of Control (LoC) on Tuesday. It claimed that nearly 300 militants were killed, India claims.
Meanwhile, according to international media sources, Pakistani fighter jets flew off shortly after the Indian Air Force flight expired. Fighter jets continued to circulate in the sky.
India claims that 12 air force pilots of the airplane crossed 2000 international border and destroyed many Jaisishi training camps within 80 kilometers. A total of 300 militants including senior commanders were killed. A thousand pounds of bomb blasts have been carried out in the operation, according to the news agency ANI.
According to the BBC, local residents of the area who attacked the attack said that there was a blast at around 3:00 am. After 4-5 minutes the blast was again. After 15 seconds the blast again. Fourth time the explosion occurred. Then the villagers stormed out of the house. A few minutes later, Pakistanis were roaming in the sky. Indian aircraft then went away.
Another one said, five times in a horrible voice. After some time I came to know that there was a blast. Then the sound of the sky flown stopped. After some time our Pakistani plane flew. Then there was no Indian plane.
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said after the Indian Air Force’s air force, the fear of such reversal of India had already been threatened by them. But Pakistan has the right to answer Pakistan’s move.