Yesterday, Pakistan with 24 flights enters into Indian territory
Yesterday's combat battles are coming to light. A total of 24 fighter jars broke into Indian territory. At 9.45 am, eight F-16s, four Miraj-3 and four JF-17 aircraft crossed the Line of Control. Some of these aircraft are ready to go beyond the control line.
The Indian Air Force's eight aeroplanes blocked Pak passengers crossing the Line of Control. Four of these include Sukhoy 30s, two Mirage 2000, and two MiGbieson.
Wing Commander Abhinandan vardhaman was one of the pilots MG21s. He used an AR-73 missile on an F16.
From the other side, the FF16 has also launched two AMRAAM missiles. One of them hit Abhinandan’s missile.
In this phase, the F-16 aircraft crashed into the area of occupied Kashmir. Pilots on both planes landed beyond the control line.
The condition of the Pak FF16 is not yet known. India's wing commander Abhinandan is reported to have been in possession of the Pak.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that he would release him tomorrow.