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IAF to make a comment shortly on Pakistan’s claims that Indian Air Force crossed LoC, dropped payload in Balakot

Pakistan backed Jaish-e-Mohammad, which had been dormant in the valley for quite some time was instrumental in executing the horrific Pulwama attack which consumed the lives of 44 CRPF soldiers leaving several critically injured.

In the wee hours of the morning, Pakistan has been reporting heavy movement along the Line of Control between India and Pakistan. Pakistan has claimed that the Indian Airforce crossed the Line of Control and breached the Pakistani airspace. At around 5:30 AM, the Pakistan Army spokesperson tweeted that the Indian Airforce had violated the Line of Control.


At 7:06 AM, the Pakistan Army spokesperson tweeted that Indian aircrafts intruded from Muzaffarabad sector. He claimed that IAF “released payload” in haste “which fell near Balakot”.


While Pakistan says that IAF “dropped the payload in haste”, Indian Airforce is yet to comment on the situation.

Vishnu Som, NDTV’s defence reported has also reported that there are strong rumours of IAF strikes on Pakistan targets in the early hours of the morning. Crucial for official reactions. Pakistan also confirms we hit.


Defence Analyst Nitin Gokhale said that speculations are rife that IAF conducted two-pronged Kinetic action in air and ground.


Pakistan itself is claiming that India reached Balakot, which is beyond Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.

Shiv Aroor has tweeted that IAF is to make a statement shortly.

Pakistan backed Jaish-e-Mohammad, which had been dormant in the valley for quite some time was instrumental in executing the horrific Pulwama attack which consumed the lives of 44 CRPF soldiers leaving several critically injured. India has been making several attempts ever since to avenge the dastardly attack. Prime Minister Modi had sworn retribution and asserted that India would make Pakistan pay.

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