The DG ISPR, in a press conference with an Air Force officer, said that at 6:33 a.m. on March 9, an “item” from Indian territory violated Pakistan’s airspace.
According to Major General Babar Iftikhar, the Indian suspicious ‘item’ violated Pakistani borders near the Punjab city of Mian Channu and asked India to explain what happened there and for what purpose.
During the press conference, the Air Force officer, while briefing on the violation of Indian airspace, said that the Pakistan Air Force had fully monitored the suspicious “item” and shot it down.
The Chief of Public Relations of the Pakistan Army condemned the interference in Pakistan by Indian borders and said that only India can tell what were the motives behind the violation of Pakistani borders.
Major General Babar Iftikhar said that if anything enters Pakistan’s territory or any violation occurs, the Pakistan Army is ready and ready to respond.
He confirmed that there was no loss of life or property due to the Indian violation and the Air Force monitored the whole matter.
He said that the object remained in Pakistani airspace for a few minutes and traveled up to 260 km, after which it was shot down by Pakistan Air Force.
Major General Babar Iftikhar said that the item coming from the Indian border was monitored in a timely manner and immediate action was taken against it and the said item was unarmed.
According to DG ISPR, the place from which India violated Pakistani borders is the route of international air traffic, where other international airlines including Qatar Airways operate.
During the briefing, he said that flights to Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore also operate on the said route.
According to the Pakistan Army spokesman, the matter was brought to the notice of the Foreign Ministry and details were also provided to them. Now Pakistan will take up the matter in relevant forums.