Pakistani fighter planes flew close to the Siachen Glacier on Wednesday, as indicated by the media reports yet the Indian Air Force has ‘completely rejected’ Pakistani cases of its jet fighters flying over Siachen. Siachen is in the northern part of Kashmir. Indian and Pakistani forces have gone head to head against each other in mountains over the Siachen Glacier in the Karakoram go since 1984.
Pakistan Chief of Air Staff Sohail Aman was on Wednesday cited saying that all forward bases of its Air Force was made operational. Pakistani media announced that PAF planes flew close Siachen as a feature of war activities. The Air Chief was additionally answered to have partaken in the activities by flying the Mirage stream himself.
“The country should not worry over the adversary’s announcements… we are peace cherishing individuals however are prepared to face a wide range of difficulties,” Air Chief Marshal Aman was cited saying by The News International. He was conversing with reporters at the Qadri airbase in Skardu.
The Pakistani Air Chief’s comments came a day after the Indian Army released a video of ‘correctional fire attacks’ on Pakistani posts in the Naushera area of the Line of Control as a major aspect of its counter-terrorism warfare operations. The video indicated Pakistani posts on an edge being destroyed by 84 mm rocket launchers, anti-tank guided rockets and 106 mm recoilless guns. This is the first occasion when that the Army formally released a video guaranteeing destruction of Pakistan Army bunkers.
Major General Ashok Narula, Additional Director General of Public Information, revealed to The Indian Express, “Invasions are probably going to melting with liquefying of snow and opening of passes. Operations like Naugam where four fear based terrorists were killed on 20-21 May are the examples. This calls for much more master dynamic counter-terrorism operations.”