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At a time when Indo-Pak relations are hitting a boiling point, fighters jets of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) made flights near Siachen Glacier on Wednesday morning as reported by Kashmir Monitor.
Pakistan Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, who visited the Qadri Airbase in Skardu, has reportedly warned India of severe repercussions following any aggression.
Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman confirmed that all forward operating bases of the PAF have been made operational in response to Indian ‘threats’. Reported GEO Tv Pakistan
According to Geo Tv, the PAF Chief stated Pakistan’s response to any Indian aggression will be remembered by their coming generations.
Aman also met the pilots and technical staff of the fighting force and himself flew a Mirage jet on the occasion.
Pakistan’s response comes after the Indian Army on Tuesday said it launched “punitive fire assaults” on Pakistani positionsalong the Line of Control (LoC) as part of its pre-emptive and pro-active strategy to curb cross-border militant incursion.
The assault comes eight months after India had said that its Army had conducted surgical strikes to destroy terror-launch pads across the LoC in Pakistan that resulted in the killing of dozens of militants and their sympathisers in September.
Tension grows between India and Pakistan Reported by Mail Online
India and Pakistan announced tit-for-tat sanctions as fears grew that the two nuclear powers may be moving towards war.Pakistan barred its neighbour’s passenger jets from its airspace and ordered that half of its diplomatic corps be sent home.
It was less than two hours after the same measures were taken by India.
Troops have been massing on both sides of their shared border for days in what is the most serious escalation of tension between the two nations in years.
Along the volatile frontier which stretches 2,070 miles from Kashmir in the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea, villagers were fleeing. As well as troops, both sides were moving fighter jets, tanks and artillery to forward bases and laying minefields