Indian Air Defence Detects Two Pakistani Jets Within 10-km Radius of LoC, High Alert Issued


A fortnight after the aerial dogfight between the Indian and Pakistani side – first time since the 1971 Indo-Pak war – the threat of further escalation has not subsided. In what could be a signal of provocation from across the border, two Pakistani Air Force (PAF) jets flew close to the Line of Control (LoC) last night, reports said on Wednesday attributing government sources.

“The Indian Air Defence radars detected two PAF jets going supersonic 10KM from LoC (within their territory) in the Poonch sector,” news agency ANI reported, adding that loud bangs were also heard due to the sonic booms.

All Indian air defences and radar systems were put on high alert following the detection of PAF jets close to the border. Read More

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