A ‘flying object’ from India that had invaded Pakistani airspace and breached international agreements, according to the Pakistani Army, was shot down by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF).
Major General Babar Iftikhar, Director-General of the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), said in a press conference that Pakistan strongly denounced the Indian violation of its airspace on March 9 at 6.30 p.m. in the Mian Chanoo area, which occurred at the time of the violation.
He said that the ‘flying object’ had traveled 124 kilometers within Pakistan after departing from India. According to the Director-General of the ISPR, no one was hurt in the incident. He has advised the media to refrain from making assumptions about the situation, and the Pakistan Army is keeping a careful eye on the situation.
A spokesperson for the Pakistani army stated that the country is looking forward to receiving an explanation from the Indian side regarding the occurrence because India has been conducting similar tests in the recent past.
“The speed and travel distance indicate that it was a missile,” stated the Director-General of the ISPR, who also cautioned against speculation on the topic because Pakistan is still awaiting an explanation from New Delhi. In response to an increase in terrorism occurrences in the country, the Director-General of the (DG ISPR stated that the country’s armed forces are taking immediate action to frustrate the wicked designs of the enemy.
“It has been a few weeks, but we have already eliminated 80 terrorists,” he claimed.
The Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) responded to a question by saying that the Pakistan Army has no involvement in politics and that the journalists should concentrate solely on the March 9 problem at his press conference.