Pakistan activated all forward posts in Siachen and alleged India for violating air space
Indian Defence News: Indian Air Force denies Pakistan charges of violating air space near Siachen.
NEW DELHI: India has denied the charges made by Pakistan media today over the air space violation in the Siachen region. “There is no reported airspace violation,” Air Force sources said.
Pakistan media alleged India after its Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman visited the Qadri Airbase in Skardu, it was also reported in the Pakistan media that all forward operating bases of its Air Force had been made operational in response to Indian ‘threats’. Skardu in Gilgit-Baltistan is not far from Siachen, the world’s highest battlefield in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Pakistan Air Chief flew a Mirage jet himself and was quoted as having told the media, “Our response to any Indian aggression will be remembered by their coming generations.” He also said the “nation should not worry about the enemy’s statements”.
This response from Pakistan has come after the strong action taken by Indian Army in Nowshera district yesterday, where army released a video of a massive air assault on Pakistani post and with no surprise, Pakistan has denied any such attack on their soil by India, in fact a new video has been released by Pakistan today where they claimed to have bombed Indian post in the same region.
The tussle between two countries are reaching new highs and the diplomatic relation has reached to the lowest of all time and millions of people would have to face the consequence if war occurs.
India earlier conducted a series of surgical strikes last year in September, after Uri attack where 18 soldiers were killed in an army camp attack.