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Four Pakistani F-16 fighter aircraft appeared near the border at 3'O clock.

Four Pakistani F-16 fighter aircraft appeared near the border at 3'O clock.

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The Indian Air Force has once again counter Pakistan's huge conspiracy on the border.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) had to leave two Sukhoi-30 combat aircraft on Monday immediately from the Punjab airbase as Pakistan's unmanned aerial vehicle (Airborne) had appeared to be very close to the border.

Pakistan had dispatched a fleet of F-16 fighter aircraft to take an observation at Punjab border at 3 o'clock. The Pakistani F-16 aircraft came close to the Khemkaran border in Punjab. It is reported that Pakistani fighter planes were flying with surveillance drones.

However, neither Indian fighter aircraft nor Pakistani aircraft did not violate airspace restrictions. When Pilots of F-16 saw Indian Air force coming to repel the attack, they retreated.

The aim of the enemy aircraft was to discover the deployment of the Indian army in sensitive areas, but they were failed to do so.

The tensions are increasing between the two countries after the Pulwama attack on February 14. India had successfully taken the revenge of this suicidal attack by destroying the Jaish terror camps in Balakot.

It was a month later when the F-16 aircraft of the Pakistani air force had been killed by the incumbent
commander of the MiG-21 bison from the IAF. He was later taken into custody by Pakistan after the air-fighting took place.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) had destroyed Pakistan drone by air-to-air missiles last month in Bikaner sector of the Indo-Pak border. 

On March 9, the Indian army shoots down a Pakistani drone which tried to sneak into Indian airspace of Sriganganagar in Rajasthan. 
Due to these tensions, a lot of activities are taking place between the two countries.



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