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Pak violates Indian airspace in Rajouri, retreats after retaliation by Army

A day after the Indian Air Force (IAF) dropped over 1,000 kg bombs on the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camps in Balakot region, the Pak Army, while warning India of retaliation, made several ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday night. Reports suggest in response to heavy shelling from the Pakistani troops, the Indian security forces destroyed at least five Pakistani posts along the border. In wake of a tense situation after the Indian air strikes at the JeM facility that killed over 350 terrorists, the Army, Navy, and Air Force have been on high alert. This facility at Balakot, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province in Paksitan, was headed by Maulana Yousuf Azhar alias Ustad Ghouri, the brother-in-law of Masood Azhar, Chief of JeM, who is responsible for carrying out several terrorist attacks in India, including the recent Pulwama attack. India maintained the IAF carried out non-military pre-emptive action to specifically target the JeM camps, but Pakistan warned it would “surprise” India with its response. Anticipating retaliation from the Pak Army, all border areas in Punjab, Rajasthan, and Gujarat have also been put on high alert

Civilian air traffic suspended from Srinagar airport: Reports suggest the government has shut down commercial flights from all airports including Chandigarh, Leh and Kashmir. Several IndiGo and SpiceJet flights cancelled to these areas.

News agency PTI says Pakistani forces dropped bombs after violating the Indian airspace in Rajauri district of Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian air defence system has been put on the highest alert.


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