Unstable Conditions at Border continues: MIG-21 crashed, IAF destroys F-16

The day after Indian Air Force invaded Pakistan border and destroyed JeM largest training centre in Balakot, and other terrorist centres in Parts Of Kashmir (POK), Indian Air Force received a set back when it's fighter aircraft MIG-21 which carries supplies crashed in the Budgam district in Kashmir at 10:40 today. The reason for the accident is considered to be a technical failure or due to extreme weather conditions.

The jet was flying from Srinagar and crashed a few minutes after it took off.  The pilot, a co-pilot and two other people were present in the jet and reportedly one pilot is said to be missing. Soon after this incident, DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor from Pakistan reported having destroyed two India Fighter Aircrafts on his Official Twitter page.

Following the fake claim, a video of an unidentified pilot claiming from IAF also made rounds in Social media. 

Although the Indian Government didn't deny the story entirely, one pilot missing from a MIG-21 crash is admitted to be true and the whereabouts of the missing pilot is still being investigated according to Air Vice Marshal G.I. Kapoor, who addressed the press meet at 3:15 p.m.

"One A MIG-21 Bison fighter aircraft of the IAF has been missing after an air-to-air engagement with Pakistan Air force during the bombing mission," Kapoor confirmed on Wednesday, 27th Feb.

Meanwhile, a high alert has been declared in major airports and Srinagar, Jammu, Leh, Pathankot, Amritsar, Shimla, Kangra, Kullu Manali, Pithoragarh planes have stopped operations escalation of tension between India and Pakistan.

 India has been on a high alert since yesterday as a counter attack  from Pakistan is expected. Later last night Pakistan resumed the heavy shelling along Line Of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, five army soldiers were injured and two houses were damaged. Pakistani forces started firing from areas in Poonch district, Rajouri  district and sub sectors in Jammu. Indian forces gave a befitting  reply to the firing.  A Pakistani drone was also destroyed at Kutch Border yesterday.  

Earlier today Pakistani fighter jets crossed over the Line of Control  (LoC) and entered the Nowshera sector in Jammu and Kashmir  Rajouri district, though they were forced to return after IAF jets  launched counter action. But they succeeded in dropping missiles at four places. Pakistan fighter Jet F-16 is said to be destroyed by Indian Air  Forces forces within 3 km at Pakistan border at Lam Valley at 12:01  today, yet Pak has not confirmed the reports to be either true or false.

Further claims of an IAF pilot arrest after shooting down two Indian military aircraft has generated unsettled questions from both ends. The video that surfaced across Social Media wasn't confirmed from either source.

 The route of  International flights is set to change. Private Schools within 5km  from Pakistan are closed for safety measures. Besides unrest at India- Pakistan border,  Home Minister Rajnath  Singh has ensured tight security in Jammu and Kashmir state. 

It's War:

Indian Air Forces are outright prepared for the upcoming Combat and Air Patrol are asked to stay prepared to fly within two minutes. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for an urgent meeting at his residence, where Defense Minister, Home Minister, NSA are to be present to brief the PM. 

Sushma Swaraj flies to China amid India-Pak tensions:

 Amid tension surrounding India and Pakistan, External Affairs  Minister Sushma Swaraj flew to China on 26 Feb to attend the 16th  Russia-India-China (RIC) meeting where Swaraj explained the need for such an attack on Pak to China.

"In the light  of continuing refusal of Pakistan to acknowledge and act against  terror groups on its territory, and based on credible information  that JeM was planning other attacks in parts of India, the  Government Of India decided to take preemptive action and the target was selected in order to avoid civilian casualties," explained External Affairs Minister. 
"The limited objective of the pre-emptive strike was to act decisively against the terrorist infrastructure of the JeM in order to pre-empt another terrorist attack in India," Swaraj added. 

After Pulwama terror attack by JeM chief on Feb. 14, India is doing everything in its power to stop more terrorist invasions backed by Pakistan. India Forces are on high alert and are prepared to act against Pakistan at any moment. 

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