PM Narendra Modi holds key audit meet with best authorities on Pak circumstance
Executive Narendra Modi is holding a key gathering with security and knowledge authorities after Pakistan Air Force planes damaged the Indian airspace early at the beginning of today, sources have said.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, senior authorities of the Indian Navy, Army, and the Air Force and other security authorities were available at the gathering, sources said.
The administration has affirmed that Pakistan has reacted to the counter-fear strike toward the beginning of today by utilizing its Air Force to target army bases on the Indian side. “The Pakistan Air Force was distinguished and the Indian Air Force reacted right away,” he said.
Remote Ministry representative Raveesh Kumar likewise said that an Indian Air Force pilot who connected with Pakistani streams that damaged Indian airspace at the beginning of today is lost without a trace. An outside service representative said India is confirming Pakistani cases that the pilot is in its authority.
Pakistan had before said its aviation based armed forces shot down two Indian warrior streams on Wednesday morning and cases to have caught two Indian Air Force pilots. One of them is in the clinic, Pakistan’s military representative Major General Asif Ghafoor said.
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